Hampton Inn & Suites Amarillo West
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... priced too, probably because they know they're going to get your money gambling. I had a surprisingly good chicken sandwich in their sports bar then spent the evening drinking two dollar beers and throwing money away into slots. I actually won a few bucks at the 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' game, then lost it at other games, then won it all back at an awesome 'True Blood' game, and then went all in at Wheel of Fortune. I must have sat at that one game ...
... we drove down to the bottom and along the canyon floor it was breath taking!! We got to see Cacti in the wild and they were blooming it was so pretty!!
5/30 We went to Cadillac Ranch today this is somewhere I have wanted to go since I was a little girl and it didn't disappoint you got to love Route 66!!! Where else can you go and see 10 Cadillac's planted Nose down in the dirt NO WHERE!!! You take a ...
What a day...left Oklahoma and crossed the Texas. State line. Had coffee at the Ghost Town of Texola, only 36 people live there and the place is desolate. Steve tried to lock me in the old county jail ( a 6ft x 6ft old metal box), really spooky it had pictures of the jails last residents who had been held there ( including Bonnie and Clyde). When Steve finally released me we ...
... hotel for the night – the big Texan inn.
From the time we arrived at the hotel to dinner time was
about 3.5hrs, but i used most of that time taking my laundry down to
the laundry room and waiting for a spare washer to open up so i could
used it. Once the laundry was in the washer, i had a shower, got
ready for the next day, prepared for dinner, had a quick walk around
the hotel and the bar area – had a drink, then shoved my ...
... after the meteor crater. We added the photos of the crater in this blog as the last blog was a bit crowded.
Glenrio was a great example of derelict buildings of once thriving communities which were forced to close when the new highway was built. The photos tell the story.
Moving fairly quickly through this section of Texas as it was extremely hot and not a whole lot to see on the actual route ...