Hilton Garden Inn Amarillo
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... but was mostly traumatized and handed Justin back the keys after thirty minutes. I'll try again tomorrow. I'll try to last forty minutes and slowly work my way up to lasting longer on scary highways in a scary car.
Shortly after that, I fell asleep for about an hour... Even non drowsy Dramamine knocked me out though I didn't get as nauseous after I took it as I had the previous day.
We stopped at a random rest stop that had signs that warned us to ...
... about Pakistan. We are in a beautiful and very safe hotel with strict entry with guards and screening with dogs and military plus airport type screening in the hotel entrances. The main reason is because of the visiting government officials, pop singers and athletic teams. We have benefited from these measures. I will post pictures at a later date. Thanks for the many prayers- we feel blessed that you would pray for our mission. We cheated ...
... cabinet in the bathroom and everything spilled out onto the floor, and things were sliding and banging everywhere.
We got back on to I-40 as soon as we could, and drove on to Amarillo, which is about half way through the 'neck' of Texas.
We were planning on going to see a collection of restored antique motor homes that a dealership has on display here in Amarillo, but because of the holiday ...
... the 'Pan Handle' of Texas (affectionately named as the top of the state resembles an upside down handle of a skillet) is an area of huge plains with not a lot to see other than cows and buffalo's. I hear you now saying 'that's another interesting fact Dom' but rest assured there will be more as we trek across the country!!! We are dinner last night at the 'Big Texan' which Maxim Magazine voted as being one ...
... Amarillo early evening, finishing off our drive on Route 66 as it diverts north as we head South. All starving we went straight to the Big Texan Steak House; which had been advertised on huge billboards for the last 200 miles. The Steak House was huge feeling somewhat like a Disney park. The restaurant was set out like a theatre with a stage at the front reserved for those participating in the free 72oz steak challenge. If you manage to finish you get the meal for free. The ...