Galbraith House Bed and Breakfast Inn

1710 S. Polk, Amarillo, Texas, 79102, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Amarillo

Day 15 - Amarillo, Texas

A travel blog entry by expeditioners

... a nice gift shop/store (according to the brochure) but we arrived too late to check out so we'll visit them in the morning prior to getting back on the road. Just over 800 miles to home. We'll make another overnight stop somewhere in Texas - preferably on the east side of Dallas. That breaks up our driving time to around 6-1/2 hours a day.


Sight seeing/shopping in Amarillo

A travel blog entry by ladydi2138


... melted in your mouth, I have never enjoyed a steak so much. After three attempts, we finally found the Cadillac Ranch...I can't believe we wasted that much time looking for this exhibit....but Ian can always say he saw it. We were going to head to Albuquerque, New Mexico, but decided to head north to Santa Fe.....boy are we ever glad we did.....beautiful countryside....more to come tomorrow. P.S. People were asking for more picture, so here you ...

Santa Fe to Amarillo

A travel blog entry by bigtrip66

... James who was busy checking the guide book. We drove back so I could point it out only for it to slither off at a sprint! Bloody hell they are quick!

Highlights today were going to the midpoint cafe in Adrian for a nice coffee and cherry pie ... mmm ... mmm. We also chatted to two nice English couples who were driving in the opposite direction so we exchanged notes. Then we were on our way to ...

Cadillac Ranch and The Big Texan Steak Challenge

A travel blog entry by tarynstravelfun


... around almost fell on my ass some more but laughed the whole way climbed back over the fence where I almost completely stacked it but didn’t :). I managed to make it back to the road just as the storm hit we all ran to the bus and those who made it all the way out to the cars were soaked in a matter of seconds. We watched them all struggling kind of hoping someone would fall over on their ass but somehow no one did. The bus was covered in mud from all our feet and ...

Day 100 – Sunday, July 7, 2013, Travel Day

A travel blog entry by travelagain


... wind farm. This one is about 2-3 wind turbines deep, but goes for 25 miles beside the interstate.

We arrive at the Amarillo KOA. It, like all the surrounding area, is really flat, flat, flat. It’s a small campground but is very nice. And it’s not full. There’s not much to do in Amarillo so it’s mostly a stop for people passing through. We’ll be here long enough to go ...


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