BEST WESTERN Palo Duro Canyon Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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It was a bit sad leaving the hotel in roswell this morning because the staff were so nice. The breakfast lady loaded the kids with food and alien sunglasses and blow up aliens and lollies. She was so nice to talk to and I was watching her help everyone and talk to them like they were friends. So off we headed with our car looking like we had been …
... Route 66 travellers. The wall painting was done by Masel herself, in the corner of her room next to the rocker was all her paint artwork & brushes, we asked to take a photo of her with her paintings. We signed her guest book and she took a photo of us outside by her wall painting. (We later found she had posted 'our story' on her Facebook page - was funny to look it up and check in, to find she had already added the photo of us as her visitor of ...
Oddometer 1206.8 miles Got up this morning and left Shamrock as quickly as we could. Felt like we were leaving a ghost town behind. I drove to a Starbucks in Amarillo where we spent the time using internet to figure out the rest of this Easter long weekend. Between the weather and distances, it's a little tricky. Today in Texas, it's been warm but continues to ...
... boost in tourists). They claim it to be the Grand Canyon of Texas. It's about 30 minutes south of Amarillo, and driving there is nothing but flat farm land. Just as I'm starting to think this whole "everything is bigger in Texas" thing is all in their heads, the ground gives way to a stunning canyon. Maybe it isn't the Grand Canyon, but I'll take it! The canyon itself is 120 miles long, 800ft deep, and in places, up to 20 miles wide. All impressive stats, but we ...
Last night I woke up several times concerned about towing our 25' Airstream out of the Palo Duro Canyon. The road out of the canyon is narrow and steep, a 10 degree climb for about a mile. We got up at 7:00 am, again in the dark because the Sun is late getting down in the deep canyon. We are getting pretty good at breaking camp and setting up at the next destination, and were ready to pull out of the canyon at 8:30. To my utter amazement, the F-150 ...