Baymont Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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Up bright and early for the hot air ballooning. This was a really cool experience - one that I wouldn't do in any other instance. I wouldn't do it again and I think it was really expensive but it was still pretty cool. We then went straight off on our way to Amarillo, Texas. We stopped in Santa Fe - I absolutely fell in love! Santa Fe was such a beautiful little Mexican themed town. We all said how it would have been so good to ...
... inside obviously popular by the size of it. The menu was not very big, but was quality. Andy had the 10oz cowgirl ribeye, fries & salad, I had sirloin kebob with peppers, onions, mushrooms & tomatoes, jacket potato and salad. They were normal portion sizes, no over size me today. We were sat at a table with a rodeo billboard Poster next to us for a past rodeo dated on 24th June 2007, it felt bizarre as there was a whole vacant restaurant ...
... halfway through to the Big Texan Steak Ranch and Motel. The motel possesses a Texas-shaped swimming pool which was particularly refreshing as I arrived to find the temperature in Amarillo at 96F, another new high for me this trip. After my dip ate at the Steak Ranch which has a challenge that allows you to have a meal for nothing if you can eat 72oz steak and sides in less than one hour. Failure means that you have to pay $72 ...
... cotton, cows and crude oil, kick up clouds of dust. Texas is massive!!! Driving over the border and another time zone into New Mexico is much the same…huge, slightly less flat with a couple of mountains plonked on the horizon (the nearest being Haystack Butte!) and the road just goes on and on and on...
Exactly what we were expecting but on a much bigger scale and we're still only just over half way across...
... a bit of a list of wildlife we have, dead or alive. So far: Racoons, Eagles, Bison, Deer, skunks, squirrels, rabbit, Geese, gnats, scorpion, armadillo, chiggers. No kangaroos or koalas. A few miles after Erick, we cross the border out of Oklahoma and into Texas. A lot of farming country this side of the border and the biggest centre pivots we have ever seen. Most of these little towns like McLean , Allenreed and Groom are merely rundown ghost towns since the highway ...