Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Amarillo
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Travel Blogs from Amarillo
On the road to Amarillo we made many stops along the old Route 66 and bought about a ton of petrified wood. I love rocks. I know, my head is full of the them, but at least they don't wear out. In Amarillo, we ate at The Big Texan Steak Ranch. I was going to take the 72 oz. challenge, but thought better of it. Tomorrow we hit Fort Worth.
... views over the plains of Texas. This was awesome and pictures will never do it justice how vast this state is. With only about another 20 miles to go to destination we stopped briefly at the 'bug ranch' which as a rip off of the 'Cadillac ranch' but still worth a photo op! We finally made it to the steak house....home of the 72 oz steak! Chanced our luck and they had room at the motel next door which was so awesome. It was ...
... she could believe it she had never taken an order for fish and didn’t even know it was an option!! Well there’s a first for every thing! We asked her who was the youngest person to complete the steak challenge, an 11year old boy and the oldest a 69 year old woman! There was an Ozzy who did it in 14 mins, but the quickest was a professional eater from New York, doing it in 8 minutes!! Bey was desperate to come back and get a south ...
... with a little style. She braved the inner city and we drove to a shopping plaza and managed to enjoy a shopping spree for a few hours. Back to our new hotel (couldn't get the same one for two nights) where we spread the buys out and had a little fashion parade for our own enjoyment! Really doesn't seem to take much to amuse us!! Down to the pool for a a lay in the sun, some really hard aqua fitness routines and then back ...
... early Sunday morning driving interstate 40 to OK.
Friday, Saturday – June 7 & 8 – Hackberry Camp Area, Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Canyon, TX
This is one of five campgrounds in Palo Duro Canyon State Park and I think the best but it only has 30amp. Mesquite and Sagebrush campgrounds have both 30 and 50 amps and two other areas just have water. Hackberry is the second campground (Sagebrush the first) coming down ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services