Country Inn & Suites Amarillo
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Massive hot tob, a litte cool for my liking, but nice clean rooms, friendly staff good value.
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We spent most of the day traveling Route 66. Started off by seeing the Blue Whale. We were just wishing it was warmer so we could have went swimming with it. We ate lunch at the Rock Cafe, which was one of the inspirations for the movie Cars. Clay was very excited to be there. We then stopped at the Arcadia Round Barn, which is, surprisingly, a big round barn in Arcadia. Go figure. We then stopped at ...
... buildings. You could imagine this to be a bustling town once, but due to competition from neighbouring towns and the fact that bigger places like Albuquerque are only about 90 mins drive away the town appears to have just faded.
We were booked in at Motel Safari. A cool little 50's style motel and we were greeted by Gail. She said that there was a party of New Zealanders on their way also driving Mustangs... we gave her a heads ...
... James who was busy checking the guide book. We drove back so I could point it out only for it to slither off at a sprint! Bloody hell they are quick!
Highlights today were going to the midpoint cafe in Adrian for a nice coffee and cherry pie ... mmm ... mmm. We also chatted to two nice English couples who were driving in the opposite direction so we exchanged notes. Then we were on our way to ...
... for one section. Some campers left their campers and headed back to the town of Canyon. We were fine. This is a pretty campground with water and electricity, shade and views of the canyon walls. Some of the sites are close together and even though you make a reservations, its first come to select your site. The canyon is beautiful but after the Visitor Center the drive down is a 10% grade with some switchbacks but it was not a concern. The ...
... as the RV purred like a great cat up and down the New Mexico mountains today.
The other good news is that we have plenty of food, water, Internet, cable tv, beer, scotch, and propane for the furnace, to survive Achilles. Yeehaw!
By the way, we've been on and crossed the old Route 66 plenty of times. Here's a great link to more info: http://www.theroadwanderer.net/route66. htm