Holiday Inn Amarillo West Medical Center
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We packed up our campsite after a couple of days at Lake Texoma and headed west at about 8:30 am. We enjoyed Johnson Creek Campground, it only needed good water, wifi and cable access to be perfect.
Heading westward on US Route 70, we soon crossed the Oklahoma - Texas border and picked up Highway 287 which heads northwest toward Amarillo (our next planned destination). We quickly began to notice the change from trees ...
On Saturday the 6th October we went to the National 66 Museum which was like a small village with all the old shops, barn, Bank etc, worth a visit in Elk City. We then moved on passing through Shamrock with it's Art Deco garage. Groom that has the tallest cross and a leaning water tower to compete with the leaning tower of Pisa. We passed through Texola which was claimed to be a ghost ...
... the male specie of our small group being the most afflicted with the cloud of doom!! What could be more exciting than to have a couple of trips to Wally World? The first time was to get a few provisions for the next couple of days, the second trip a result of a small accident and a requirement for a first aid kit to be kept in the motorhome. Elvis had inadvertently slipped when clipping London’s fingernails and taken the tiniest of ...
... it turns out he knows a lot of famous country western singers, and his band wrote Spanish Harlem and another song about a girl, but we forget the name, however it was covered by Pearl Jam. He has also got his own cd success which includes, the apparently very famous, There Ain't Enough Tequila in Texas to take the Ugly out of You. We have to see if we can find it on u-tube.
Bobbie joined us for a drink and we sat and put the world to rights until late, when we ...
... first shot 50'years. ago. We both felt a little spine shiver at the coincidence.
Then we took a free trolley to the trendy part of Dallas where Mercedes out numbered F 150s 20 to 1, not what we expected. Saturday evening we enjoyed a lovely steak dinner (100 mile diet, remember) hosted by Janet, Annette's former colleague and friend at Havergal and her husband John. Thanks for a lovely night.
Easter Sunday, The city disappeared behind us and we rolled ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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