Days Inn Plainview
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... people up for the Big Texan. After some google work we too request for a limo. At 8.30 our limo comes to pick us up, bull horns at the front and all. We chat to a couple for Scotland travelling through the US. The driver tells us there is a tornado heading our way so we are the last pick up but not to worry as they will drive us home.
We get to the Big Texan and we take some time taking some happy snaps outside. I laugh at one of the signs that is welcoming Contiki ...
... was fixed the next day. Today we made our way to Amarillo. The hotel is ok but the bathroom has some repair issues and the pool is gross. Dinner was great at Outback, Tori got the Victoria special. They gave her crab legs instead of crab stuffed shrimp with her steak. She got all three and loved them. Tomorrow we are heading toward Gallop NM So far the weather has been hot but not to ...
... as well. We had wonderful conversations, and their home is simply lovely, and we had a comfortable bed to sleep in. Unfortunately we had to get an early start the next morning, but it was a great stop along the way. And as we headed out of town we took the time to see a few of the local historical sites, and can honestly say besides great folks, there ARE things to do and see in Lubbock.
... a great way to spend the day. It was really hot out and no one felt like hiking, although Justin and I found a stream and took off our shoes and waked barefoot down it for quite some time. There were literally thousands of small fish in the stream and it was a bit weird to feel them sliding over your feet as you walked (:
We also stopped by the Devils Rope Museum which had an interesting collection and history of barbed wire. In the back was a nice ...
... traveled a few miles outside of Amarillo to the Cadillac Ranch, home of the iconic public art space filled with Cadillacs buried nose-down into the ground all at symmetric angles facing the west. This "art" located in a field alongside the highway was created 40 years ago by an art group called the Ant Farm. Overall we were not that impressed - underwhelmed is an appropriate word. The art of the Cadillacs lined up and graffiti painted many times over was interesting, but it was ...