La Quinta Inn Amarillo East Airport Area
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... very well set out exhibit. It costs $5 each to get in and the displays are set up by the decades starting at the 20's and ending at the 70's. Its such a trip back in time, its hard to believe but fortunate that people have collected or kept so much of these items. We spend easy an hour there. Next town is Elk City this is where we find the Country Dove Tea Rooms and where we will have morning tea. There is no doubt that we are in the Bible Belt and the tea rooms has a mix of ...
... a new thermostat. 2 hours later, the news has just been broken to us that we need a new radiator (well the existing one needs rebuilding as it has gone discontinued!), fan clutch and thermostat…..total cost $2400 and we’ll be stuck in Amarillo until Tuesday…..that Man vs Food famous 72oz steak along the road might well be getting purchased to feed us until we are back on the road! Our planned early start to hit ...
... and gravelly voice that we could barely make out what he was saying. I had to concentrate really hard - he must have thought I was a bit dim! Perry told us that the bit of building with the bent door in it was salvage from the local airport in 1997.
After a chat we signed the guest book - apparently once a guest book reaches a designated amount of signatures the business gets a sign on the Highway. We next stopped at the Midpoint Cafe, where I was able ...
... information signs along the path needed major help, but it looks like they were in the process of redoing all that. Did see a few local wildlife, beaver, birds, and lizards. Good place to stop by and check out. Nice walk, even for little kids. Sorry such a short write up but we crammed a good deal of driving in today, even with the stop for doing clothes and starting out late this morning. Good ...
... Texas for our first night in Texas. We stayed at a Texas stakehouse which is also where we had dinner. The stakehouse offered a food challenge which a few people in our group took up. They offered a 72 oz steak (2 kg), a baked potato, shrimp and some other salad side dishes. It cost you $72, but if you ate it within 1 hour it was free. Not one person was able to complete the challenge, ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed