Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Amarillo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We continued on our way Passing through McLean, Groom and stopped in Conway at the VW Ranch. It was a little awkward spraying the exhibit as there was a strong breeze but I managed to get our names up there without spraying myself with black paint.
We arrived in Amarillo around 3.00 pm in desperate need of re-fuelling, as we were running on fumes. It’s always the same you can never find a gas station when you are desperate. We found one then made our way to ...
... me. He was in the shower. Dang. So I spun around and headed back. Dexter met me out the front and we chatted a bit and I thanked him for his hospitality. I headed back to the music store. I had looked in this store the day before, before I went to the Rocky Mountain national park I ducked in to look at the guitars. Mostly, out of all the stores I've look at, had mid to high range guitars. No real cheap and nasty ones. And that's all I really wanted. But, I did find something I ...
Everything is bigger in Texas! Up at about 7 today, bags to coach wasn't until 945 so had time for a shower and a bit of breakfast. Had a long driving day today, didn't really do a whole lot apart form sit on a bus. Had a few stops along the way but nothing very exciting just local Walmart's and other smaller shops. We arrived at our accommodation at Amarillo, staying at the ...
What a beautiful sunrise this morning across the lake in Foss State Park. Slept like babies last night thanks to Harvey's A/ C and the peace and quiet of the park. One of our neighbours and his dog Matthew were also up to enjoy the sunrise and watch the fishermen reel in the catfish. He was from Amarillo and heading East to His old home town in Missouri. Although he'd lived in Texas for over 50 yrs he still called Missouri home. He and his wife had 3 RV's over time and loved ...
Ole Red was (huffing and) puffing as we headed north out of Dallas. He wasn't going to get much rest for the next four days as we had (2,000 mile to cover to reach) a marathon Corcoran Family picnic in Southern California (by Memorial Day Weekend) , and Auntie Connie had arranged for Mallery and Travis to fly in from Helena as well.
The road to Amarillo steadily gained elevation, about 2000', and a relentless 30-40 mph wind blew straight ...