Holiday Inn Express & Suites Amarillo West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express & Suites Amarillo West
A very nice hotel, what you come to expect from a leading brand. Some of the guests were a little inconsiderate of others but that was not the hotel's fault.
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We heard about this quirky little museum that showcased classic RVs that had been rehabbed. We thought it would be one of those road side attraction places but it ended up being a great museum. It was a private collection of rvs dating back many generations. The pride of the collection was the 1948 Flexible bus which was the actual bus used by the Gornike family in the Robin Williams movie RV. This bus is a 1948 Flxible Bus that was modified for the movie.
... Big Blue Whale was built in the 1970. It was a local swimming hole and probably a hot spot back then. Today, not so much. It was well worth the stop because it was a step back in time, you can imagine all the families swimming in the pond and jumping off the tail of the whale. I passed this way hundreds of times but never knew the whale was there! Note to RVers - the parking lot isn't large enough to turn around ...
Leaving Monterey we traveled 1,300 miles to Amarillo. On the way Charley and I camped in a canyon along U.S. 66. After camping, I realized the winfow of my truck was broken so we decided to stay at a hotel for three days in Amarillo. Charley is really sick it seems, so taking him to the vet seems like a safe ...
... and gravelly voice that we could barely make out what he was saying. I had to concentrate really hard - he must have thought I was a bit dim! Perry told us that the bit of building with the bent door in it was salvage from the local airport in 1997.
After a chat we signed the guest book - apparently once a guest book reaches a designated amount of signatures the business gets a sign on the Highway. We next stopped at the Midpoint Cafe, where I was able ...
... the state with a huge building for the Headquarters of the Quarter Horse Association and signs advertising Angus and Bulls for sale. In previous states we passed the old fashioned windmills in open fields, but in Texas they are still plentiful in the grazing paddocks for powering pumps for watering the herds.
We had passed a sign several times on the road that designated the road we were traveling " Purple Heart Trail." Curious ...