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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After a godawful night, we hit the road early, glad to get away from that little hell hole! The countryside didn't improve much as we passed through some oil and gas fields, and some large, dry looking ranches. We returned to Route 66 at Elk City, hoping to have a look at a Farm and Transport Museum, but everything was shut on Sundays, we realised by the large numbers of cars parked at the churches, that this is a bit of a Bible Belt and everyone goes ...
... did that sign say??? Scotland!! oh ****! we took a wrong turn... haha!! we are heading to Scotland. Im home!!! I wonder if the scottish customs will let me back?
Scotland, Texas is a little town in the middle of nowhere.... is it strange to say that the only sheep we saw on the whole trip were in the fields around Scotland, Texas? No I'm not kidding!!
Leaving Scotland behind ... again! we head off in ...
... the end of her finger. It looked a lot worse than it really was but guilt levels were sky high.
The decision to keep the hire car for another 24 hours turned out to be the best decision we had ever made for 2 reasons:
1. Firstly it allowed us to go a few miles up the road for a tremendous Texan style steak dining experience at the world famous ‘The Big Texan’ – famed by Man vs Food with the offer of a free ...
... were able to share a dessert. We really lived it up and had Pizza delivered in the next night. Boy a large pizza over here is certainly LARGE, and loaded with topping. Most things in the USA are large, they like to do it big.
This state doesn't do daylight savings, so wound the clock back an hour.
Off to Alburquerque, New Mexico tomorrow.
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... off towards Tulsa, a city which Cari and I were both quite excited about exploring after our guide book harped on about the beautiful architecture in the city. I must say we were rather disappointed at what it had to offer - perhaps we've become too spoilt from being in the beautiful city of Chicago! Our final stop for the day would be Oklahoma City, but not before passing through a number of small towns. Arcadia was definitely the most interesting of the lot, having ...