Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Amarillo
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... suggestions for where to visit when we are there for his Study Abroad :)
It was convient that the "ranch" was right off of I-40 on our way to Santa Fe.
Something interesting that we passed as we traveled into New Mexico was the town of Santa ...
... museum, the lady warned us of a storm that was passing over the interstate west of where we were, which is precisely the direction we were headed. We thanked her all the same and pressed on slightly aprehensive of what was to come.
As this is our honeymoon we wanted to visit a town called Groom and have a picture of me standing next to the sign but as we drew closer to Grey County where it is situated the clouds above looked darker and darker. On the ...
... to expect much by way of banter or smiles!!! She put us into a King Suite (another honeymoon upgrade!!) and once we dropped off our stuff, we head out to explore Tucumcari.
The town boasts a popular Dinosaur museum which we passed on and a few little shops. We had some cowboy themed photos taken at Mother Road Old Time Pics. Mark dressed up as a Sherif and I dressed as a parlour girl. It was such a giggle!!
We went into the ...
... how I was walking through the museum. The gift shop was awesome. Returning to the van with neon Route 66 clock gave me the predicament of how to get it home but I didn't care. $119 dollars later on gifts we headed back on the road to Amarillo. Another few hour drive we headed into Texas, quick roadside stop for pictures by the sign, we headed to the camp in Amarillo. Light rain greeted us as we set up camp and had ...
... down through Denver and onto the open countryside. On my left was the flat open expanses of the plains, on my right, the mountains of the Rockies. The open flat land was dotted with rain storms and I could easily see them move across the plains from miles out. The mix of colours from the rain grey to the sun on the yellow grass and the blue sky's really made for a picturesque scene. Eventually I moved into the rocky landscape of New Mexico, similar to Arizona. I really didn't like ...