Hampton Inn & Suites Amarillo West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to discuss, but dammit, I care enough to try to optimize packing, loading, and unloading times on this trip!
Let’s talk driving first, because it doesn’t matter how much you pack if you can’t even get there. On day 1 we went from Houston to Amarillo, TX, which is about a 10 hour drive (without stops, about 12 with stops). I ended up driving about 9 ½ hours of the ...
... to expect much by way of banter or smiles!!! She put us into a King Suite (another honeymoon upgrade!!) and once we dropped off our stuff, we head out to explore Tucumcari.
The town boasts a popular Dinosaur museum which we passed on and a few little shops. We had some cowboy themed photos taken at Mother Road Old Time Pics. Mark dressed up as a Sherif and I dressed as a parlour girl. It was such a giggle!!
We went into the ...
... to Texas sign for a photo op. We all tried jumping in front on it but it didn't go to plan. Awesome to think we have covered another state in eleven days. Officially in Texas birth place of the love of my life mr Owen Wilson here's to hoping in bump into him lol ;) After a 170 mile we pulled up to the KOA Amarillo campsite as soon as we stepped out of the van it down poured with rain, so not fun trying to pitch up a tent ...
Our night at Fort Amarillo was interrupted around 1am from a thunderstorm with rain and hail. A quick check with the local weather we soon discovered most of the Amarillo area was under a tornado watch. And I thought it weird that Fort Amarillo RV Resort map showed a storm shelter - about 100 yards from our campsite. We watched some folks leave their campers while others did like us - turned on lights, watched and evaluated. It ended up passing by us ...
... because we plan to spend a couple of days here. Dolly noticed a big sign at the Welcome Center that warned of rattlesnakes and reminded us that this is their home - not ours and to be careful. Because the sustained winds were in the 40 mph range, we decided to get a motel (one motel a week is built into the budget) and selected a Days Inn on the eastern side of Amarillo. We dined at an IHOP next door to the motel. ...