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While staff was average in helpfulness, the hotel was in terrible shape. Looked old and dirty. The bedspread was worn and dingy, carpets, while vacuumed, were dirty and needed cleaned (or better yet, replaced). The towels and particularly wash cloths were so worn and stained,...More
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After countless hours on the road, finding this gem was the best luck we have had on this family road trip! David and Cordia were absolutely amazing checking us in, and were the most friendly people we encountered the entire trip! Waking up to biscuits...More
US$73 - US$96 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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13 September 2014|
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No, we traveled old Route 66 from Chicago to LA in April/May. There isn't much in way of lodging between Amarillo and Tucumcari, so we stayed at the Days Inn in Vega on a Saturday night, went to church the next morning in... More
No, we traveled old Route 66 from Chicago to LA in April/May. There isn't much in way of lodging between Amarillo and Tucumcari, so we stayed at the Days Inn in Vega on a Saturday night, went to church the next morning in Adrian and planned to eat lunch at the Midpoint Cafe, but it was closed. Had to go all the way to the New Mexico Welcome Station and picnicked there. The Days Inn was nice enough, nothing special, would stay there again.
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"There's very little to choose from in this 'small town'. Sleep, eat...go"