Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Amarillo East
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Travel Blogs from Amarillo
... many as they used it to try and escape from the dust bowls in the mid west. After the museum we head to Jiggs Smokehouse which was part of the route 66 food culture. The smoked meat sandwiches are great! Karen has pork and I have beef brisket. The country side here is mostly flat farming land and very barren looking so it is a boring drive.
We met a couple in Memphis who are ...
... 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. ...
... The cowboy and girls who served us and the cowboys who sung country tunes upon request, also added to the experience. After dinner we finally made it to the no. 1 sight on our list for Amarillo, the Cadillac ranch. It was so cool! 10 Cadillacs ass up in the ground, spray painted for years by people from all over the world. Of course we couldn't leave without participating in that tradition, so Michael tagged our names in the seat of a ...
... supper and a few beers we ditched any plans for studies. Instead we unpacked our bags, brushed our teeth and got some shut-eye! There’s something to be said for ‘outdoor’ sleeping. New and unusual night-time sounds that you think will keep you awake for hours quickly dissipated as all 3 of us drifted into a deep sleep. London continues to fit in with our varied and unusual schedule and takes all new sights ...
... of no-where, no shops around, close to the train tracks and there are trains going through every 5 minutes blasting their horns. I don't think we will be here more than one night!
It's dinner in the RV again and finally get to bed just after midnight.
We've covered over 1,300 miles to date so probably about half way with a week to go. Google Maps shows about 1000 miles to LA but we have a diversion to the Grand Canyon planned so that will add a few miles.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services