Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Dumas
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... in media, tv and music and all sorts of memorabilia from the old route. Really interesting and lots of cool signs and a pretty decent gift shop too. Back on the road and on our way to Amarillo (I hope someone can show us the way...sorry bad joke) 2nd stop we are off to the Cadillac ranch to spray paint our names on the cars and leave our mark on the old Route 66 :) excited. As we entered Texas Emily pulled over near the ...
... so looking forward to driving it (especially after watching the Billy Connolly show about it) but it is nearly impossible to follow exactly and basically we are not impressed! We have pretty much decided to do the next section to Albuquerque, and then we are going to give the rest a miss and do some sightseeing! Monument Valley is on the list and we might even head south from Flagstaff and get to San Diego! The temperature was rising even more as ...
We beat most of the storeclerks to their jobs this morning. We thought Old Towne opened at 9:30 like the brochure said but most stores opened at 10 or whenever the heck they thought was a good time.... We meandered through the junk shops, indian jewelry stores, basket and blanket stores and a couple of art galleries....(Not my style) Bought enough to fill shopping bags once again and then took off for Amarillo TX.
Stopped along the way at one ...
... would stop again.
We pulled into the Amarillo Ranch RV Park later in the afternoon. We have stayed here in the past and it's a very clean, friendly, reasonable and easy off / easy on interstate park.
Must See's in the area:
The American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum
The Big Texan Restaurant
The Cadillac Ranch, a public art statement that is known around the world. ...
... and , I'm guessing here, it's probably the liberal bastion of the US, maybe the world, given the number of artists, gallery's bead shops, native art, etc. I'll bet if I yelled "BUSH" on the main drag, I'd be stoned to death in less than 45 seconds. Sigh.
So after Taos, on Route #64, climbing again, to another 9,100 ft peak, then whooshing down the backside. This constant up and down is getting old, baby, but then it opened up when we got to Texas, to the ...