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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... before lights out she got a message from Alana with devastating news. Hayley had left her faithful companion, the woolly hat, behind in Broken Arrow. The news was delivered via a picture of her beloved hat atop Gingy, and so she cried herself to sleep that night, the loss too much to bear.
(Of course the hat is now being shipped back to my mum in the UK for her to bring with her to Toronto. The reunion is sure to be emotional and ...
... Sunflower Station (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sunflow er-StationRoute-66Midpoint/679609225442 328?fref=ts)
It's a shop where you can pick up lots of Route 66 bits and bobs and is run by an AMAZING duo, Fran and her gorgeous pooch (English Lab) Brody. She told us some stories and we bought some lovely little bits. We LOVED her... and especially Brody!!
Next door was Midpoint Cafe, we stopped for a brew and say ...
... When going out to the restaurant, we were met with a hyper-touristified Texas-style cowboy bar and dining hall. There was a trio of live bluegrass and country musicians traveling table to table, playing anything by request.
After a huge dinner (including mountain oysters!), we retired to our saloon hotel room and hit the hay--ready for another day of driving across the high desert and into New Mexico...
... wind farm. This one is about 2-3 wind turbines deep, but goes for 25 miles beside the interstate.
We arrive at the Amarillo KOA. It, like all the surrounding area, is really flat, flat, flat. It’s a small campground but is very nice. And it’s not full. There’s not much to do in Amarillo so it’s mostly a stop for people passing through. We’ll be here long enough to go ...
... with the car. Further down the interstate we paused for lunch at Tucumcari, and I marked our final stretch in New Mexico with a Quesadilla at Del's (you know, the one with the big cow on the sign). I then took the wheel of the Hurricane (or Bessie as she has now become) and took us across the border into our fifth state - mighty Texas! Over the border the ...