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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... and musicians. The kids loved watching some breakdancers which included this little kid. It was a little strange to see breakdancers in this plaza but everyone loved it. It is another town filled with restaurants and galleries and boutiques. Paul and I want to go back for a weekend trip to eat and drink and be merry. We did walk around and explore. Then off to Amarillo. This is more of a pass through and sleep location. Though being that it was Matthew's ...
... there were Indian paintings and artefacts as well as old historical items. The other half of the place, the original building was a convenience store, selling essentials and Route 66 souvenirs and had the kitchen for the cafe. We had an interesting chat about her story and how she came about being in Texola, which had been hit hard when the interstate opened and took a majority of their trade away. A lot moved on, as they could not survive solely ...
... on the route 66 tourism market. It was only 5 years old, WAY too packed, and the lunch was basic. It was nice to see the old route 66, but I would give this stop a 'c'.
On to the our next, impromptu stop - The Cherokee Trading Post outside Clinton, OK. This was way cool! Aside from the GIANT American Indian marking the location, the cement buffalo, and other fun stuff outside, the inside was a plethora ...
... the ax. I mean, really??? Route 66 was pretty empty of traffic. And mostly not real interesting, but it had it's moments. We kept seeing old run down buildings and then guessing at what they might have been. It would have been nice to know. We stopped at the Route 66 interpretive center in Chandler, and found it to be singularly uninformative. It had one person working and she simply couldn't do it all. It does seem that while ...
... br> After breakfast we needed a pick me up so went to a huge cowboy store that’s sells EVERYTHING cowboy!! Beyers did well here, he finally got some cowboy boots, it didn’t stop there he also got some jeans and a shirt!! All kitted out we to the mall in search of a cinema. We found one and an awesome popcorn shop, every flavour under the sun! The cinema was only $1.80 each, so so cheap! We watched ‘The Internship’ which was ...