BEST WESTERN Medical Center Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... there were Indian paintings and artefacts as well as old historical items. The other half of the place, the original building was a convenience store, selling essentials and Route 66 souvenirs and had the kitchen for the cafe. We had an interesting chat about her story and how she came about being in Texola, which had been hit hard when the interstate opened and took a majority of their trade away. A lot moved on, as they could not survive solely ...
... part of the art not vandalism) which, given the number of spray cans, is added to on a daily basis. It's certainly something different, and a fun photo op along the way. While out in the field the winds were gusting, and I saw an actual tumbleweed roll by. I missed that photo, but it was just like a cartoon I swear. For tonight's stop, we decide to check out Palo Duro Canyon Park. Because it's a state park, it hasn't been affected by the shut down (except in ...
Well, Tom and I are coming to the end of our trip. We left Santa Fe about 9:30 mountain time. It was already starting to get warm and we knew it was only going to get worse. We had a beautiful drive to Cline's Corner where we met up to I-40 interstate. As we drove, we noticed that Stuckey's had a lot of billboards along the highway. Unfortunately, the ones in New Mexico were out of business. I remember as a ...
... ready to be reunited with Mac and get back on with the ‘real’ trip! It felt like London had missed the daily travels on the road, the last few days she has been a bit ‘grizzly’ and out of sorts but the moment she is back in her car seat she’s all smiles again and catching up on her zzzzzzzzzz’s! The journey back to Amarillo was a fantastic scenic drive down the side of ...
... the Wild West'. It was originally called 'Devil's Rope' because it caused injury to the livestock. Didn't know what to expect at the stopover, but again found it quite intriguing. Bought some homemade Red Mud Barbeque sauce there.
Arrived at Amarillo Ranch RV Park, Texas, at approx 2pm. Decided to go to the Big Texan for dinner, free Limo pick up, hoorah! The ...