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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Tucumcari
... a two-lane road that runs parallel to I-40 in some places; in other places it has turned into a dirt road; and in other places it disappears because it is now on private land. We turned onto Historic Route 66 in Tucumcari and I have enclosed a few iconic pictures. The views today as we travel the interstates are not nearly as lively. Enjoy.
From Tucumcari we proceeded to Amarillo, Texas with more crazy experiences. Stay ...
... what they look like. Interesting concept.
We found our way to the I-40 and got to the business at hand. That business was to drive to Tucumcari KOA campground, which was 378 miles west. It was already very windy, much like it was yesterday. Unfortunately, it was like that the whole day. It did calm down a bit at the end of the day, though.
The terrain changed quite a bit throughout the day as we went from Oklahoma, through north Texas ...
... a couple of crossword puzzles by guessing or referring to the answers in the back of the book. After several failed attempts we had gotten the task of transcribing the solutions from the back of the book down to a fine art or guess and correct!
Leaving Mon's at 6 o'clock we decided to stop by the local grocery store to pick up some supplies and I topped up my 6,000 calorie megathon with a tub of Ben & Jerry's ice cream and half a left over sub!
... and I went for a quick run followed by a dip in the hotel pool, which was delicious after several days spent in the intense heat of the southern states. Afterwards, we ate in the hotel restaurant, most other options being either closed (yet again another town that was like a ghost town come 8pm) or not very inviting.
We also discovered one final thing that is of upmost importance when it comes to our stay in New Mexico and that is, ...
... Assisi. A service was starting at 5:15om so we were unable to enter to look inside. We returned to our car and did a drive-by photo-stop of the oldest house in the a United States (built by a European) before heading off to our hotel. After checking in we went in search of a local Mexican restaurant recommended by the hotel reception. After getting lost twice we thought it must be in a large local shopping complex, but I soon got distracted when I saw a large ...