Americas Best Value Inn & Suites- Amarillo Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Shortly after Texola it crosses the state line in to Texas, where we drove by mostly open plaines, ranches and ghost towns, with very few signs of business life and homes spread miles apart from each other. Passing by towns in Texas; Shamrock - a town with many roadsides business gone & empty dilapidated buildings McLean - Devil's rope museum, stopped just round the corner at Red River steakhouse for dinner. A western rodeo house, with old ...
... starting to look like home.
Unfortunately, there was road work for virtually the entire length of Arkansas. There were times I was literally stopped for 20 minutes at a time; other times I was plodding along at 2 mph. As soon as it would clear up, it would bog down again. At one point the guy in front of me got out of his car, walked around, opened up his trunk and got some Cokes out of a cooler, offered me one, we talked for a minute, he ...
... I followed the road as it wound through Sayre, which has not disintegrated since the interstate arrived, and then Hext and Erick who both have suffered greatly before going through the last town in Oklahoma, Texola, which is a ghost of its past. I drove through Shamrock, Texas and back onto original concrete which took me past Lela to McLean where they have the Devil's Rope Museum. Devil's Rope refers to barbed wire, ...
... hotel for the night – the big Texan inn.
From the time we arrived at the hotel to dinner time was
about 3.5hrs, but i used most of that time taking my laundry down to
the laundry room and waiting for a spare washer to open up so i could
used it. Once the laundry was in the washer, i had a shower, got
ready for the next day, prepared for dinner, had a quick walk around
the hotel and the bar area – had a drink, then shoved my ...
... they’re moving up! Several of the campers that we looked at were not as big as one of our slide outs.
We felt a little closed in with our Montana and it was 340 square feet. We were thrilled to go up to over 410 square feet with our Redwood.
I am so grateful for the pioneers that started the RV industry. I will grant you I am ...