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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Actually, despite what I had been led to believe, the six hour drive from Denver to Amarillo was a very scenic and pleasant one. Apart from an hour in the north Texas prairies that got a bit monotonous, there was an interesting mix of terrain and the conversation with my travelling companions was stimulating. Our hotel is very nice and our steak …
... We pass through Santa Rosa where 2 feet of hail fell 2 nights ago—no sign of it now—and drive on to Tucumcari near the border with Texas. As we get closer to Texas, the landscape gradually turns greener. We see more cows grazing on the open range and more arches across side roads announcing big ranches. But this is the plains with low growing grasses and not much else. Closer to Amarillo we come to ...
... through, with tree branches laying on the side of the road.
With time running out to get to Amarillo, we head onto the Interstate 40 and head towards Texas, still with a good 3 and a half hour drive ahead of us. It's going to be a long day.
We pass over the Texas state line at exactly 6:26pm and still with about 100 miles to go, Cindy decides she has had enough of the radio and its time to put her iPod on. This is not good. Cindy decides she has recovered ...
... Know that you are sorely missed and that if you were here in Amarillo with us, I am sure you would be trying to help us find a dive bar with Tony Christie ("Is this the way to Amarillo") playing in the background. Either that or any bar that had Johnny Cash lookalikes.....tipping a beer in your direction.
Had a sleep in till 07.30 and a good breakfast and a chat with Cindarella a staffmember about the trip.
On the ...
... Nation, and saw some pretty landscape features as scenic as Arizona's (but free to view). Eventually New Mexico became much more of a grassland-type ecology, which was pleasing indeed; having spent many years in some very unpleasant deserts, Chris was happy to be out of the drier lands. We crossed the Texas line in near-darkness, and realized pretty soon that yes, most things -- the state line roadsign, and a lightning storm that we watched for nearly 50 miles -- are in ...