Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Amarillo East
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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The drive from Raton, NM to Amarillo was uneventful, but seemed really long. It's really not all that long, but the route is - well - boring.
Unlike most RV parks, the office in this park was closed when we got there, this being a Sunday. There were envelopes awaiting all the registered incoming guests, though, directing us to our assigned sites.
We're not sure where the park got its name, because we didn't see any historical ...
... As we continued our journey I made a deviation into Tucumcari, New Mexico to visit one of the many cities known for its Historic Route 66 remembrance. We arrived here after sunset so we got the chance to see the neon-lite, historic signage of the businesses and hotels that lined the downtown of Tucumcari. These remaining relics of the famous roadway that went through this town are still being used today to attract travelers of the historic highway.
Onward to Albuquerque.
... landscape. In the distance we could see a large scenic ridge with a flat top. Nearer to us though there were lots of those large wind turbines all along the route. We arrived at our destination town Tucumcari about 4:30pm and proceeded to drive around town for 30 mins or so searching out the 20 or so murals that adorn buildings in the town. The town is also famous for having lots of old motels, so there were also lots of interesting old signs to see as ...
What a day...left Oklahoma and crossed the Texas. State line. Had coffee at the Ghost Town of Texola, only 36 people live there and the place is desolate. Steve tried to lock me in the old county jail ( a 6ft x 6ft old metal box), really spooky it had pictures of the jails last residents who had been held there ( including Bonnie and Clyde). When Steve finally released me we ...
... and wide as far as the eye can see. Barren dry prairies, red iron rich turf, tumble weed, nodding donkeys pumping oil. Wind turbines (which I happen to think are quite beautiful), and rumble down ranches with squeaky ticking weather vanes. Small towns half closed down due to lack of trade but each apparently with something just about big enough to keep it going be it a taco shack, car lot or antique stall. Huge ...