Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Amarillo East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We left Paris after 9 am, stopped one time at a rest stop on 287 to let Zoey out. The wind was blowing , and the temp was 100 making for a ' dry heat' . I didn't take my camera out of the coach but I wish I'd taken pictures of the sign there. WATCH FOR RATTLESNAKES. As we stopped we noticed water in the floor between our seat, then discovers it coming from under the cabinet. I felt the plumbing around the sink and it was dry. So DH decided it was the ...
... for big rib eye steaks instead and 36oz giant tankards of beer. Place was packed with a 20 minute wait just for a table. The restaurant was proper western with the waiting staff all dressed up as cowboys. We got chatting to our waitress called Taylor Rose who reminded me of a toy story cowgirl and said 'y'all' all the time, weren't sure if she was putting it on or was serious. She recommended us to try the midnight rodeo night club as the ...
... and began to see some oil rigs. Susan Lawson had called Dolly and warned her of severe thunderstorms that were ahead of us and we kept an eye on the southwest horizon. Clouds kept building as we headed toward Amarillo and the winds increased dramatically. We must have been ahead of the storm as we only experienced spotty rain.
We arrived in Amarillo and stopped at a Texas State Welcome Center to gather ...
... Steakhouse, it was pretty cool set up with the rooms set up like old western style with different colour schemes, unfortunately the room that I was in wasn't anything colourful. For dinner we headed across to the restaurant, we had the option of taking on their steak challenge, which has been featured on Man Vs Food, 72oz steak, a baked potato, salad, 3 prawns and a bread roll, ...
... ya know! Finished up with a margarita and a chilli and by this stage I was so full I had to waddle out of there. Couple heard our ancents and sat chatting to them at the bar. They were from dungannon and sure luck would have it he was a tractor dealer. Well......got all this wonderful information on where to stop to see live cattle auctions and cattle feeds. Lol on the plus side they were friendly folk and will prob see them on route ...