Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Amarillo East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... town built with bricks and many cathedrals. Four of us had lunch at a Spanish city over-looking the orange roofs of the town and their were many festivals on this Sunday afternoon.
Once we experienced this town and filled up our stomachs with tasty food, we then set off for Amarillo. When we entered the town we were greeted with the Lone Star and Texas map, everywhere! Texans are very patriotic and they love ...
... to preserving route 66 history.
Last stop was Cadillac Ranch which is a public art sculpture consisting of 10 1970's era Cadillacs stuck into the ground nose first and at a severe angle. Sounds weird. Yep, it is....
Over the years its turned into a spray paint mecca and folks are invited to apply their artistic talent to the overall sculpture (:
The paint is literally inches thick in many spots. I could find no trace of metal left unpainted ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... complete the steak and all the fixins'. If you don't finish--you pay $72. Just the idea that anyone would even try to eat 72 oz of meat in one sitting is shocking to me! There were 2 young men trying when we got there. The brave men trying to finish their meal, were defeated by the giant piece of meat. One man said he face hurt from chewing, so ...