Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Shamrock North
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Shamrock North
Stayed here as I had stayed in the Holiday Inn in Tucumcari the night before - which was excellent. This place was nowhere near as clean and just generally was a downgrade on the previous nights stay. Not impressed.
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... reporting on the story as it broke, the survivors stories, interviews with parents who'd rushed to the site to find their children (there was a daycare centre on the 2nd floor). The museum weaves the timeline of the next few days through storyboards to show the recovery phase of the survivors, as well as introduce the story of the tracking down and capture of the perpetrators.
The overwhelming impression that it left ...
Rt 66 is facinating.
It's incredible to see just how big an impact the newer I40 has been to the local towns.
Even though, in many cases, the highway is literally a stones through from the old rt 66, the impact is severe. In many of the towns, there is very little left but old shells of buildings, ...
... Sears and now it only seemed fair that poor Randy got one as well. Between the sales and discounts at Kohls, got a great deal on the stuff and again, we hit the road. Left Okhlahoma behind, although I still wish we would have looked at the prices of an OKC Thunder playoff game, I know, I know, it would have been big money but maybe worth it? Well, we arrived here in Shamrock and it's interesting what gets classed as an RV site. I'm ...
... not been harvested yet. A museum worker told us the crop isn't harvested until Thanksgiving, so mid to late November.
Some of our travels today took us on Route 66, the highway that stretches from Chicago to Santa Monica. Much of the route we took through Oklahoma on Interstate 40 is the original Route 66. We did travel on a segment of Route 66, to the town of Elk City. We went into the National Route 66 Museum and saw pictures; antique cars and motorcycles; and re-created ...
... slaw, and potato salad. I got 3 chicken strips and fries. We both had Texas toast. YUM! We’re also both stuffed now. Happy to eat early because now we can just relax, watch some TV, and go to bed early. Hey—I can see Texas from my window! Want to beat the heat and the wind as we head to Albuquerque. Time to ice the back and relax. It’s Miller Time!