Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Amarillo East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the town a couple of vehicles were pulling in underneath the interstate bridges. We obviously aren't experts in this sort of thing so we carried on but then I noticed that the clouds above the town started to swirl and got a little worried. I turned a corner and found another bridge so we hid under there with above 6 or 7 other cars. That gave me more confidence that we were doing the right thing.
The rain pelted it down from what we could see, and then ...
... visible along the highway for a number of miles.
On the way through Albuquerque, we made a stop in Old Town Albuquerque. We spent some time walking the town and wandered out toward the museum although we did not go in. We stopped in a few of the shops and checked out the "merchants" peddling their wares along the street.
Then it was back on I-40 heading east. A stop in Adrian, TX lead us to the halfway point on Route 66 between Chicago and ...
... one of the steaks and none of us was going to take on that challenge. In fact, we didn't eat at all, but instead just visited the gift shop.
After leaving Big Texan, we traveled a few miles outside of Amarillo to the Cadillac Ranch, home of the iconic public art space filled with Cadillacs buried nose-down into the ground all at symmetric angles facing the west. This "art", located in a field ...
This time the storm got the better of us and we got hit by the core in Tucumcari, New Mexico, we got pelted by hail and heavy rain as we tried to get ahead of the cell. The wall cloud that went over us was so dark it turned day into night, we zoomed up the interstate for an hour before we were finally in ...
... or south side for most of the way so we didn't miss anything in particular. As we crossed into the Panhandle we came off and drove down the Route through desperately poor areas, small ghost towns just empty with boarded up buildings and a few people shuffling along the main streets. There seem to be few work opportunities and everyone has left. We used the frontage road as, so often in our trip, borders the Interstate road. It is so flat, you can literally see to ...