Quality Inn East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Food restaurants in this part of the world are called 'India' Food, not 'Indian', for what are now obvious reasons. Anyway, this casino was a pretty big one, with a hotel that seemed nice, and they had an entertainment venue which was advertising an upcoming concert with Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson. I figured if it was good enough for Willie, it was good enough for me.
And it was very nice, probably the nicest place I"ve stayed at yet. It ...
Not much to post about except that we made the 425 mile trip from Gallup, New Mexico to Amarillo, Texas. We also changed time zones - we are on Central Standard Time. There was still a good bit of daylight at 9pm so we're thinking it's really between 7 or 8pm. We had to quick setup camp to run to get something to eat.
This is another nice campground. ...
... also visited the petrified forest state park which was amazing. Trees that had been buried under ground for thousands of years and had turned into stone, beautiful colours. The exit highway from this state park took us through the painted desert, a rainbow of sands and rock .
Apart from one or two towns in Texas on the Route 66, most of them were ghost towns, the best of them being the town of Glenrio which ...
... We planned to attend the musical on Saturday night but it depends on the weather.
Friday night the ranger came by around ten at night and warned us of a major storm with thunder, lightning, rain, hail and 70 mile per hour winds. So we took in the slide out and unplugged our water and electric to get ready for the storm. We were really worried about the hail breaking our front wind shield. Thank goodness – we did get rain and ...
... working on emails and as you can see by one picture, taking naps. The weather finally broke, the skies cleared and the wind stopped near dusk, so the cowboy and his wife, weary with cabin fever, called the free longhorn limo to the Big Texan steakhouse and brewery and did some good, old-fashioned tourist stuff. The Big Texan (http://www.bigtexan.com) is a very popular tourist attraction dating back to the heydays of Route 66 during the 60's. If you can eat their 72 oz. steak in ...