Holiday Inn Amarillo West Medical Center
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Travel Blogs from Amarillo
... it had a Subway serving breakfast flatbreads which suited us just fine. We asked for the medium coffee and ended up with a huge cup - and there was even one bigger! The coffee was dispensed out of a machine and only options were flavoured and sickly sweet. We continued on and arrived at Amarillo, Texas. The route was taking us through the old outskirts of town, with old motels and buildings. It is becoming a familiar sight now to see the old motels and ...
... firmly planted into the Texas soil. It was both a horrific example of industrial waste and artistic inspiration--the photos were worth it.
When we arrived at our hotel, it was clear that our night would be totally different from our earlier nights--The Big Texan Steakhouse Ranch was our compound: a full casino, boardwalk, brewery, shooting range, labyrynth, and a one-man band by the name of ...
... we hit the road again.
Down the Route a ways, we found Lucille's Gas Station, a historic two-pump gas station outside Hydro, OK. We stopped for lunch at her namesake resturant down the road and then let the girls drive again as a part of the last leg of the trip into Amarillo, but we couldn't pass Groom, TX without a quick visit to the World's Largest Cross. (Thankfully illumianted at night.) We checked in at our hotel and crashed about 1:30 am. Getting ...
... with a little style. She braved the inner city and we drove to a shopping plaza and managed to enjoy a shopping spree for a few hours. Back to our new hotel (couldn't get the same one for two nights) where we spread the buys out and had a little fashion parade for our own enjoyment! Really doesn't seem to take much to amuse us!! Down to the pool for a a lay in the sun, some really hard aqua fitness routines and then back ...
... for one section. Some campers left their campers and headed back to the town of Canyon. We were fine. This is a pretty campground with water and electricity, shade and views of the canyon walls. Some of the sites are close together and even though you make a reservations, its first come to select your site. The canyon is beautiful but after the Visitor Center the drive down is a 10% grade with some switchbacks but it was not a concern. The ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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