Days Inn East Amarillo Texas
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Travel Blogs from Amarillo
... a Quickstep dance. Every bloke looked the same with a large Texan hat, chequered shirt, jeans and huge cowboy boots on. The blokes would usher the girls onto the track like cattle. We got chatting to our waiter from the Big Texan who introduced to some girls that taught us all how to Quickstep. Then he decided to buy us all his speciality drink which he calls the Dog-Pound. The drink was disgusting, the worst drink I've ever had! Made from a mix of 5 different spirits. A memorable ...
We moved on to Amarillo this morning. It was a beautiful day to travel. Sun was shining and minimal wind. I've never been to Texas and George hasn't been to Texas with me--so it's a whole new trip. We pulled into our campground, Oasis RV Resort. The lady that checked us in was so nice. We were so enjoying our visit that we walked out of the office ...
... the Big Texan Steak House, so we did not need to even unhook in order to enjoy our steak dinner.
We have been listening to audio books as we drive along, so the days go quickly. During the evenings, because we are choosing first class RV parks, we usually have cable TV, so are able to watch sports events. Last night, we watched part of the Rays Red Sox baseball game before going to dinner and part of the Stanford football game before falling asleep. ...
... hail stones the size of baseballs. We checked the weather reports and the storm was 6 miles away and travelling at 25mph. We were in direct line for a hit. Then when the phone started alarming and we got a message from the National Weather Service to say to take cover we definitely knew that the motorhome was not the best place to be so we bundled London up in her car seat and headed south east and sat and watched the storm. It was ...
CHEROKEE TRADING POST TO PALO DURO CANYON
Well after an overnight stop at the Cherokee Trading Post Oklahoma, which we felt was very disappointing, much of the "artefacts" of the Cherokees appeared to have been made in what must have been their original reservation China.
The drive here had been somewhat hairy in really strong winds, not the best experience in a 34 foot RV, still evie got us there, we saw that evening on the tv that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services