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 ...
... br> After breakfast we needed a pick me up so went to a huge cowboy store that’s sells EVERYTHING cowboy!! Beyers did well here, he finally got some cowboy boots, it didn’t stop there he also got some jeans and a shirt!! All kitted out we to the mall in search of a cinema. We found one and an awesome popcorn shop, every flavour under the sun! The cinema was only $1.80 each, so so cheap! We watched ‘The Internship’ which was ...
... parking on the streets. It is located at the University and presents the cultural, geological and economic history of the region.
Palo Duro Canyon State Park has the famous red clay formations for this area over 250 million years old. There are also stones of white gypsum, limestone and sandstone. Beautiful views lots of wildlife – wild turkeys, sheep, bobcats, rattlesnakes and raccoons raiding campsites. This is a favorite state ...
"Is this the way to Amarillo" On the way to amarillo we stopped off at the cadillac sight and spray painted the cars:):) Stayed in the quirkiest hotel ever last night:) cowboy style with swinging bathroom doors and everyroom with different colour themes:) we then went to the ...
... cattle country of NM and into Texas. Amazingly immediately after crossing from NM into Texas the landscape changed from the semi desert cattle ranches to large irrigated farm fields. It was very nice to see green fields and green grass along the roadway after seeing nothing but rock and dirt for so long. We headed southeast on U.S. 87 and 287 to Amarillo TX, where we found “Amarillo Ranch RV Park” near I-40.