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My boyfriend and I were on a long 25 hour road trip home and were desperate for a place to stay at 2am so we pulled off the freeway and found this gem of a place. They were quickly and easily able to check us...More
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The customer service was amazing, they gave us a discount after hearing about our car troubles and we're a great help. The room was fine, clean and a bit outdated. But for the cost it was very acceptable.
US$77 - US$87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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"