Ramada Amarillo

7909 I-40 East, Amarillo, Texas, 79118, United States | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 7909 I-40 East, Amarillo, is near American Quarter Horse Heritage Center & Museum, Wonderland Park, Big Texan Opry, and Splash Amarillo.
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Travel Blogs from Amarillo

Oklahoma City to Amarillo

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 08, 2014

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... with the odd eccentric trying to get themselves run over. Texola - another ghost town, but did stumble upon Tumbleweeds water hole, the only business trading along this stretch. We stopped in for a pit stop, being drawn in by the humorous name and the wall painting. The proprietor Masel was sat in the corner in her rocking chair. Half of the building, the add on was a cafe/grill with table & chairs, the walls were covered with all of her ...

Amarillo: More Than Meets The Eye!

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Oct 06, 2014

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... workshops and homes--dot the Canadian River region of the Texas Panhandle. Few sites are as dramatic as Alibates Flint Quarries where, for 12,000 years, people quarried flint for tools. Before the Great Lakes were formed, Indians of the Ice Age Clovis Culture used Alibates flint for spear points to hunt the Imperial Mammoth. Alibates flint is excellent quality and very beautiful. Stones streaked with maroon, cream, chocolate, and gold look ...

The road

A travel blog entry by john.e.mount on Aug 12, 2014

... nothing I would make a big effort to go back to; even Albuquerque didn't impress me much. Of course, I'm only traveling along the Interstate for the most part so I didn't see much, and I skipped Santa Fe even though it would probably have been cool, but every time I would get out of a town or city and back onto the road I noticed how much happier I was.

This is a beautiful country. I'm glad I'm taking this route. Tomorrow, Oklahoma!!!
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Bugs, Cadillacs and Murals

A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 28, 2014

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We headed out from the Cactus Inn this morning and missed the turn to the roadhouse for breakfast, so morning nourishment was going to have to wait. We didn't have that much of the Texas section left to cover - only about 60 miles or so. Our travels take us back and forth over the interstate on to the remaining segments of Route 66. We get to drive through a couple of abandoned "ghost" towns that have died since the interstate took their drive-through ...

Tuesday, Oct 8th

A travel blog entry by 2travelers on Oct 09, 2013

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... the ax. I mean, really??? Route 66 was pretty empty of traffic. And mostly not real interesting, but it had it's moments. We kept seeing old run down buildings and then guessing at what they might have been. It would have been nice to know. We stopped at the Route 66 interpretive center in Chandler, and found it to be singularly uninformative. It had one person working and she simply couldn't do it all. It does seem that while ...