Holiday Inn Amarillo West Medical Center
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Travel Blogs from Amarillo
... for us to get a real taste of some Memphis BBQ ribs on the world famous Beale street. We set of to a restaurant and dug deep into some tender ribs and they were out of this world! A full rack was more than enough a the portions out here are just incredible. Soon after, it was time to hit Beale street, where the African American population were dominant showing off blues and jazz music at every bar on the strip. It was great to get ...
... My foot got so tired holding the accelerator down I had to switch to the left, all the while watching the gas gauge drop by the minute as we crawled up the highway at 55 mph. We pulled into another highway campground about a 1/2 mile from the famous "Cadillac Ranch" where (decades ago) some wealthy rancher, who had way too much time on his hands, planted about a dozen old Cadillacs in his pasture within sight of Interstate 40 (old Route 66). ...
... away tho! The last town we passed through in Oklahoma was called Texola, which is now recognised as a ghost town. The buildings were more shabby than chique! We then crossed the state line and entered Texas. It was about 1:30 by this time and we were really hungry so ended up diving into a good old Maccie Dees in a town called Shamrock. The staff were super excited to hear my English accent! (So when all you lot take the mick out of me saying "ear ...
... was melting in the Texas heat!
The wide open nothingness soon made way for gently rolling terrain and trees began popping up here and there. You could now see a patchwork quilt of fields setting them apart from the pastures. Throughout the state we continued to follow the "historic Route 66" and took it into Shamrock. Again, nothing; just an aging, deteriorating, old town with nothing to offer. We went right back on the ...
... in Texas. Pretty soon we were in experiencing the (bigger in Texas) sensory onslaught of Amarillo. After many long, dark miles, Amarillo explodes onto the retinas like the neons of Vegas. It was tempting to push past town and go north, to a great little national rec area with a lake and free camping... but then we started thinking about lightning and metal tentpoles in flat prairie; snakes around campsites in the dark, and our dogs... so then we considered the KOA Kampground ...
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