Hilton Garden Inn Amarillo
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... anything describing that history, but it's a fairly good size park with lots of amenities. Nancy and I enjoyed the indoor pool and hot tub that evening, but when we walked out we wished we'd thought to bring flashlights. There was barely any street lighting, and it was DARK finding our way back to our rig. Yay for smart phones and their flashlight apps!
Parked next to us in the RV park was a retired Austin cop, who pulled in minutes after we did. He and his ...
... people up for the Big Texan. After some google work we too request for a limo. At 8.30 our limo comes to pick us up, bull horns at the front and all. We chat to a couple for Scotland travelling through the US. The driver tells us there is a tornado heading our way so we are the last pick up but not to worry as they will drive us home.
We get to the Big Texan and we take some time taking some happy snaps outside. I laugh at one of the signs that is welcoming Contiki ...
... western OK before dusk.
We put the pedal to the metal to try to get to Amarillo before dark. Just across the Texas line in Groom, there were some cool things along side the road (didn't have to stop) - the leaning water tower and the largest cross in the western hemisphere (allegedly). Both pretty cool to see, at the bottom of the cross were monuments for each of the stations of the cross. The weird ...
... bus owned by the Gornike Family in the Robin Williams movie RV. (Another movie I will have to see). I also enjoyed seeing the 1975 Itasca which in this case was the first Itasca motorhome ever built. Apparently it was in the Winnebago's Welcome Centre for over 20 years. It has 6000 original miles and is in brand new condition. Sitting in the driver's seat I felt like the King of the ...
... very well set out exhibit. It costs $5 each to get in and the displays are set up by the decades starting at the 20's and ending at the 70's. Its such a trip back in time, its hard to believe but fortunate that people have collected or kept so much of these items. We spend easy an hour there. Next town is Elk City this is where we find the Country Dove Tea Rooms and where we will have morning tea. There is no doubt that we are in the Bible Belt and the tea rooms has a mix of ...