Holiday Inn Amarillo-I-40
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Travel Blogs from Amarillo
Went to Bekah's wedding and stayed at the holiday. It was a lot of fun, they had multiple kegs and dancing afterwards. Got to watch Brad and his friends do the "Soldier Boy" dance. One of the low points of the trip was me missing Danielle's toast for the fantasy football draft I was doing up in the hotel room.
Okay, we are finally done for the day! Ready for sleep. It has been a long day, but easy driving in the wide open plains. Even the puppy believes it's time to stop being in the car.
... We all saw one guy have a go but he lucked out in the last few minutes - it's a bit of a challenge,
The restaurant has a shooting gallery in it (carnival style) and shop selling all sorts.
We met up with a couple who have been following us in mustangs (Australian) so it was a fun night with a lot of laughs then off to bed. It's very hard trying to eat a healthy mela in the USA and so much is fried or comes with chips.
The other ...
... up campers that want to go eat there. If you can eat their 72 ounce steak and all the sides in one hour or less...it's FREE. Not does that sound like a deal or what??? Tom and I are just grilling a couple of bratwurst with a side of peppers and onions.
Well this is my virgin run with blogging...I am keeping my fingers crossed that it will work!
Steinbeck never says much about Amarillo in The Grapes of Wrath. He mentions it once at the beginning of Chapter 16. "Then went through Amarillo in the evening, drove too long, and camped when it was dusk." Later on he says "The Joads and Wilsons were in flight across the Panhandle, the rolling gray country, lined and cut with old flood scars...The land turtles crawled through the dust ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center