Holiday Inn Express Plainview
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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After a continental breakfast provided by the motel it's off in the direction of Santa Fe. International Balloon Festival happening in Albuquerque, the skies are full of hot air balloons all different shapes and colours. A stop at Walgreens and Steve is the proud owner of new pants!! Santa Fe Old Town is very picturesque and lots of history. A stop at Sena Plaza for a mooch and a look at The Cathedral Basilica of St.Francis of Assisi. Saw a very ornate cross ...
Once there was a man who collected windmills and people came from miles around (even from as far away as Canada) to ooh and aah at his collection of more than 50 windmills.
And then he sold them to the city of Portales, and they took the windmills, and put them behind a barbwire-topped fence and ...
... RV with Robin Williams. We own that
movie and watched it a few times before we set out on our adventure.
You can go inside most of the Rvs and it's great to see them in
original condition or redone to look original. Some of them have the
fridges, ovens, bathrooms of the 60's and have never been used. There
were also a lot of motorcycles hanging around as Jack Seismore
collected and restored ...
... spray paint long before you get a decent look at the 'cars' and it turned out to be true. That slight heady high-making smell came at me on the breeze as I walked towards the 10 of them, still thrust defiantly into the ground. (I am vaguely surprised that a pranskster has not yet dug one out, and inverted it or moved it 50 yards - pretty much everything else has been done to these cars in those 30+ years.)
I watched elderly ...
... the sun is high in the sky. We arrive in Erick, a ghost town with only a shop or two still in business, but what attracts us is the Sand Hills Curiosity Shop with a heap of signs posted on the outside and looking totally like a junk yard. Stopping outside we are greeted by a gem of a Route 66 character - Harley - dressed in overalls that resemble the American Flag, Jim Beam bottles everywhere, mostly empty; ciggie ...