El Coronado Lodge

Address: Canyon, Texas, United States | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Canyon

A Short Visit to WTSU

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Jun 14, 2015

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... biggest change was that they closed several streets so that it is a pedestrian campus with limited parking on campus.

We also drove around and found our house we lived in while getting my Masters degree.

Tomorrow, we will have a couple of one night stops at Lamar, CO, and Sidney, NE, before we arrive near Rapid City, SD for a couple of ...

Yee haw g'day texas

A travel blog entry by 1mum3kids on Oct 28, 2014

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... After about 30 seconds though tawney and miller both wanted to buy a gun each. I quickly steered them out of that section before a fight broke out. The restaurant next to our hotel has tuesdays all you can eat wings for $9.95. Tawneys absolute favourite food is chicken wings ( and ribs) so I thought I would surprise and take her there and go hell for leather. Want to know how many all you can eat wings she ate?? 3 she only ate ...

Day 6 - Amarillo and the journey to Tucumcari

A travel blog entry by lockley on Oct 02, 2014

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... of a sudden, the cows looked depressed and desperate to escape. Mark said that he'd love to be a veggie.... he just likes meat too much though!!!

We entered Vega town - population of 886!!!!! As we still hadn't managed to get a photo of the Route 66 Texas road sign, we decided to snap a pic of one of the signs painted on the road. The story is that basically alot of the road signs were stollen over the years, so some road signs ...

Thursday in Amarillo

A travel blog entry by griesenj on Apr 25, 2014

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Our saga continues in Amarillo. Our exploration of interesting sights in Amarillo directed us within the city to the famed "Route 66." We had the address and let our GPS (Bertha) guide us to it. After making a couple of turns and back tracking we found it. We drove the length of this famed stretch of Amarillo and were a bit let down on what we found. I expected an area that ...

Through the Trail of Tears and to the Panhandle

A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa on Sep 14, 2013

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... stores--a strange and engaging cocktail of elements.

We again did battle with staying on Route 66 and had some rest stops along the way: a farm-to-table Texas Steakhouse in McLean (population 585), the largest Christian cross in the world in Groom, Texas. Finally, we ended up in Amarillo--driving in circles before we arrived at the Cadillac Ranch--an empty swath of fertile land with a row of ...

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