BEST WESTERN Medical Center Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... there was no place to stop.
After we passed a one man town named AlanReid ( really? someone named a town after themselves?), we FINALLY made it to Amarillo! We parked the RV, peed the pups, and headed to the Big Texan Steak Ranch. HUGE tourist attraction, but so worth it. This is the home of the FREE 72 oz steak - if you can finish it in an hour along with a shrimp cocktail, baked potato, and bread. We saw ...
... together but we persevered, mostly because we were hungry. Don't know for sure where we're headed tomorrow. Probably near northwest out of Flagstaff, AZ. Every thing we had lined up heading further west in the south is all 'National' stuff, and consequently not open. S we're goofing ... Okay let's try that again. So we're going north and heading for home. Maybe we'll find something to see or do along the way. We had dinner at ...
... We stayed here two years ago. The last time we stayed, there was hardly any grass (and it was all brown) and the wind was blowing so hard you couldn't even be outside. This time the grass is green and the wind has a coolness to it. As I am sitting here, I saw a limo go by with longhorn horns on the front. They are form The Texan Steakhouse and they come by ...
Today was mostly a driving day, heading to Amarillo, Texas. Before we hit the road, we went to the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History and spent about an hour there, looking at the displays and taking some pictures. Once we got going, we continued to follow sections of Rte 66, and took pictures of the old hotels and restaurants. ...
... fields as well as the road climbed up onto the Llano Estacado. The Llano
is the pancake flat high plain around Lubbock in west Texas that I like to say
is so flat you can virtually see the curvature of the earth. The Llano ends
abruptly in an scenic escarpment on its each side which separates it from the lower
elevations in the rest of Texas. There are several state parks in the hilly
area including Caprock State Park ...