BEST WESTERN Medical Center Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... our route to get us back on the mother road. There was no Route 66 at times as the Texans built over it with the interstate, we stuck to the original route until it got to Texas and there was a big chunk of it gone, but we did come off at each of the little towns, in order to travel down the original main streets (66) through their town centres, but at the end it reverted you back on to the highway. After 250 miles today at 6.30pm we arrived at Super ...
... square was more South American, but with lots of quite high fashion clothing shops mixed with tourist shops, selling beautiful carpets and pottery and lovely brightly coloured tops and skirts. Amazing little cafe's on every corner where you could sit and watch the world go by while you drank your cup of coffee, yes actual real latte or cappuccino, can't do this in too many places in America.
... early Sunday morning driving interstate 40 to OK.
Friday, Saturday – June 7 & 8 – Hackberry Camp Area, Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Canyon, TX
This is one of five campgrounds in Palo Duro Canyon State Park and I think the best but it only has 30amp. Mesquite and Sagebrush campgrounds have both 30 and 50 amps and two other areas just have water. Hackberry is the second campground (Sagebrush the first) coming down ...
... 40 degrees and spicy food and dark beer is just what the doctor ordered after what we've been through today.
Winter storm Achilles took the proverbial wind right out of our sails and derailed us with its own winds, forcing us to break camp in Amarillo. The forecast for tonight is for 1-2 inches of snow and high winds. We began to feel the outer bands of the storm coming across ...
... that he likes to talk and he promises he’ll give us our
money’s worth on this 2 ¼ hour tour. I am pretty sure he spoke for 135 minutes
straight! When the tour was over he apologized for not having another 2 or 3
hours to tell us more stories. Of course, he had some fascinating stories to
tell and lots of interesting facts about the canyon.
We learned a new word, “Texas grit”. We were covered with dust from head to toe!