Auntie's House Bed & Breakfast

1712 S. Polk St, Amarillo, Texas, 79101, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Amarillo

Welcome to the Big state of Texas

A travel blog entry by georgeandlisa

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... to do on the 5th wheel and the jeep connectors.

We decided to go to the Big Texan Steak House for lunch. We know it is a tourist "trap"--but sometimes you just don't want to miss the fun little side treats. This place was very interesting. The restaurant is known for it's 72 oz "free" steak. If you attempt to eat this steak you have one ...

Through the Trail of Tears and to the Panhandle

A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa

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... When going out to the restaurant, we were met with a hyper-touristified Texas-style cowboy bar and dining hall. There was a trio of live bluegrass and country musicians traveling table to table, playing anything by request.

After a huge dinner (including mountain oysters!), we retired to our saloon hotel room and hit the hay--ready for another day of driving across the high desert and into New Mexico...
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ARIZONA, TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO.

A travel blog entry by alindai

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28

... had barbed wire, no cars.

Our next destination, New Mexico, we visited an old Indian site which was pretty amazing, Indians had been travelling through this area for thousands of years, but the Pueblo Indians were the only ones who actually established a community and built houses and farmed the soil. Not too much of the buildings left only the foundations but these were pretty big communities. The houses ...

Trials, tribulations and tornados!!

A travel blog entry by whereislondon

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... the male specie of our small group being the most afflicted with the cloud of doom!! What could be more exciting than to have a couple of trips to Wally World? The first time was to get a few provisions for the next couple of days, the second trip a result of a small accident and a requirement for a first aid kit to be kept in the motorhome. Elvis had inadvertently slipped when clipping London’s fingernails and taken the tiniest of ...

Yes Mr Christie - this is The way to Amarillo

A travel blog entry by elewood

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13

... Jericho, apparently locals that lived there used to make Route 66 impassable by pouring water all over the road (which was made from mud). They would then charge R66 travellers to tow them out of the mud! Jericho now, is four buildings that have fallen down - so it really wasn't much to see. After driving for what seemed like an eternity, we began to enter Amarillo. By this time the car beeped for a warning for low fuel, so we gassed up again ...

 

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