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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... 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 ...
... one of the steaks and none of us was going to take on that challenge. In fact, we didn't eat at all, but instead just visited the gift shop.
After leaving Big Texan, we traveled a few miles outside of Amarillo to the Cadillac Ranch, home of the iconic public art space filled with Cadillacs buried nose-down into the ground all at symmetric angles facing the west. This "art", located in a field ...
... feel of the atmosphere in Memphis, as the next day consisted of pretty much the same thing. During the following day however, there were markets selling anything and everything, as me and three friends thought it would be good fun to get fake spray on tattoos of the words, 'sexy', 'sheriff', '*****' and my personal favourite, a picture of Jimi Hendrix's face, good times. So before we knew it it was time to leave Memphis for ...
... a new thermostat. 2 hours later, the news has just been broken to us that we need a new radiator (well the existing one needs rebuilding as it has gone discontinued!), fan clutch and thermostat…..total cost $2400 and we’ll be stuck in Amarillo until Tuesday…..that Man vs Food famous 72oz steak along the road might well be getting purchased to feed us until we are back on the road! Our planned early start to hit ...
... the canyon.
After a drive along a totally straight country road we arrive at the canyon entrance, Terry and Dave go to book in and Liz and I find the herd of Texas Longhorn cattle, along with an ominous sign, No open containers of alcohol or public drinking in the canyon. Thank god for the green plastic beakers.
Terry comes back to evie, having pulled yet again, impressing the female park ranger booking us in by catching a fly in ...