Quality Inn East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn East Amarillo
Travel Blogs from Amarillo
... cabinet in the bathroom and everything spilled out onto the floor, and things were sliding and banging everywhere.
We got back on to I-40 as soon as we could, and drove on to Amarillo, which is about half way through the 'neck' of Texas.
We were planning on going to see a collection of restored antique motor homes that a dealership has on display here in Amarillo, but because of the holiday ...
... above. Dived down to the scuba divers practicing and gave one respect at about 30ft squirming because I'd ran out of air. Back on the road we decided to drive some Route 66 which runs parallel to the replacement highway called the I-40. Some times it breaks off or comes to a dead end or turns randomly into a gravel track which didn't stop us until josh spotted a tortoise in the road side with yellow stripes across it's back. We stopped ...
... been very comfortable. 60 and 70 degree temps. We had to stop and get our leather jackets and gloves on. We will be headed over Raton Pass shortly. I hope to add more pics soon. Well we just crossed in to Colorado. It is great riding weather. Stopped at our first scenic overlook We are within 65 miles of our destination today. ...
... nestled into a site - they crammed 'em in pretty tight - right next to the Kamp Kitchen, where a chuckwagon- style breakfast was served daily out of an old cook trailer. The chefs were a retired couple, formerly in the restaurant business in Philadelphia, who traveled to various campgrounds and totally lived and worked the RV life. They were in their 3rd year of free hookups and paid employment in a beautiful area next to the Grand ...
... the ground. If either of us rolls out at night, we will need to phone 911! Right opposite our hotel was the Texas Roadhouse. It was super popular and jam packed (Saturday night). We went over to the roadhouse around 8pm and were put on the waiting list for a table so we went and sat at the bar for a drink. Whilst at the bar we got chatting to a young couple from 20 miles north of Wacko who moved to Amarillo two weeks ago for work. They were so nice, ...