Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Amarillo East
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After having a look around the hotel we went for an early dinner at the Big Texan Ranch in Amarillo. It’s been featured on several TV programmes including Man Vs Food. It’s famous for its free 72oz steak if you can eat in in an hour, along with fries, shrimp, baked potato, and a roll. I didn’t even go there, I ordered a 25oz Sirloin with steak fries, rice and a roll. It took me nearly an hour to eat that. Pauline was disappointed with her baby ...
... purchasing. And after a day of mulling it over and a check on my finances, I had made the decision and I was excited. I got to the store and the salesman from the day before was not working. He'd made a deal for me and luckily I had him write it down. The original price was $350 but it had been marked down to $250. I got it for $200 with a hard case and it's a Fender Acoustic too. I was happy. I made my purchase, loaded it into the car and headed south.
The drive south ...
... 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, ...
... of travel that they provided. As we head off this morning and leave our fellow campers to the serenity of the lake Liz asks the question ' So what are we most looking forward to today?' And in unison the answer is "Tonight!" We do enjoy the few hours at night when we stop traveling, have a drink, some dinner and a slide show of the days events before bed. We have been advised along the way that we must stop at the Route 66 museum in Clinton so that's where we head first up. ...
... Museum", well worth a visit. The museum was a huge building and it was the story of Barbwire in every shape and form, it was amazing that its use and progressive changes could fill such a huge museum, dealing only with barb wire and the impact on ranchers and cowboys.
We located a fantastic Route 66 museum (who's name escapes us, could be in the next blog), not to be confused with the Devils Rope Museum, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services