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When we arrived for our stopover in Amarillo, TX on our way to Branson, MO, we had some trouble getting to our hotel. It was the Ninth Annual Polk Street Cruise. The people with classic, monster, etc. cars cruised down Polk street and up Tyler Street. Our hotel was on the corner of Polk and 8th. We had to call the hotel to ask how we could get …
... of one. There are three different kinds and the one that we took a photo of is called a Safety Rest Stop because it has a bomb shelter for people to go to during a tornado warning. We wonder whether the local people all flock to the highways to go to these rest stops when there is a tornado warning.
We made it to Amarillo, a true cow town where the famous Big Texan Steak House resides. Of course, we had dinner there. We watched two ...
... we hit the road again.
Down the Route a ways, we found Lucille's Gas Station, a historic two-pump gas station outside Hydro, OK. We stopped for lunch at her namesake resturant down the road and then let the girls drive again as a part of the last leg of the trip into Amarillo, but we couldn't pass Groom, TX without a quick visit to the World's Largest Cross. (Thankfully illumianted at night.) We checked in at our hotel and crashed about 1:30 am. Getting ...
... we will be at dinner by then. It's a steak challenge. Five of the group has volunteered to do the challenge, which is like a 2 kilo steak with sides. Should make for an interesting night lol! Hopefully by then the room will be ready, we are chilling in a couple of the Contiki girls' room until dinner. Boiling outside, glad for air con ...
... Mars Rover? Jens was pretending to be the first man on Mars. Can you prove us wrong?
It's not easy finding remnants of Route 66 here in Oklahoma because Hwy 40 has taken its place - very sad. But we found another community showing respect for the old road in Elk City, OK. This was laid out like a small town the way Elk City would have looked in the 40's & 50's with many examples of the types of businesses that existed ...
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