Americas Best Value Inn & Suites- Amarillo Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... brought gifts and money for financial support. Later in the day we visited three other villages where a Texas family supports a school and we met with the students and teachers. It was incredible to see them show us their work and show it off. Later, we went to the Bible school sponsored by Betty Swann ministry. The results of her ministry has been profound. I am very proud over the years of Betty Swann trusting me to use my ...
... 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 ...
... the wall and people dressed up as cowboys and cowgirls it was like a throwback to cowboy times :) I ordered a 8 oz sirloin steak with Caesar salad and jacket potato and a good old pint of American bud it was delicious :) Me, Stef and Sofia had a chilli eating comp, me and Sofia didn't even flinch...girls rule! After dinner it was time to bed down in our nice cute cozy cabins ready for the mammoth 5 hour drive in the morn Night y'all ...
... some more, he got back in, and ten minutes later we moved a foot. Awesome!
So I got to the Little Rock exit eventually, but the sign seemed to indicate that the actual city was somewhat farther off along another highway, and I wasn't going to go off on a new route. This was already taking forever. So I just kept going, figuring I would drive until I got tired and find a hotel somewhere.
I ended up, finally, crossing the border into ...
... which has a speed limit of 70mph, the fastest you can legally drive on Route 66 up to this point of its journey. After Conway, and at the more sedate speed of 55mph, I encountered the eastern edge of Amarillo which include its airport and no residential areas as far as I could see. With a population of over 190,000 this is the only urban area of note in the Texas Panhandle. The city covers nearly 20 miles along Route 66 but I was ...