Days Inn East Amarillo Texas
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Beautiful blue sky Texas greeted us this morning as we stepped out of our hotel room to walk over to the free breakfast – but brrrrrr was it cold – 0 degrees Celsius (just for you my dear friend, Toni B). Back on the I27 and into Lubbock to Mackenzie State park to see Prairie Dog town – after a bit of a slightly muddled detour …
This morning in Flagstaff we woke up to clear skies! After enjoying some continetal breakfast, bad coffee and re-arranging the back seat, we hit the road heading East on I-40 towards New Mexico. Before getting on the highway we picked up some good coffee and fresh fruit. The first stop on the intinerary was The Meteor Crater just before Winslow. …
... it wasn't too bad.
We had gotten past Dallas and now we were on the hunt for a campground right off the interstate. We spotted one in Terrell. It worked out perfect. Easy to get to from the interstate but not too close so that you heard the traffic all night.
It was a long strenuous day plus the deducted sleep from the storm on the night before.
Tomorrow is the final stretch. Another 410 miles and 7 hours of driving to go.
... up about 3 pounds into his Fred Flintstone size steak. Our server told us 50+ people a month try in the winter, but only 7 or 8 actually meet the challenge. In the summer, she said there is a constant flow of people trying. We had normal steak dinners and then did a short drive in Amarillo before heading back to the RV.
... and hospitable. I am completely enamored with the slight twang and y'all dropped into every other sentence. But I am also equally enamored with their genuine and infectious enthusiasm for this project. Everyone wants to be involved, and they want to brainstorm and share ideas, and "you know what ya'll - I just thought of someone else we should get involved, let's get them on the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services