La Quinta Inn Amarillo East Airport Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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So far not a great travel experience. Southwest tagged my luggage with someone else's name who was traveling to Houston. So you guested it, my bags are somewhere in Houston right now. At least they offered to reimburse me up to $50 if I have to buy clothes. That was nice. Hopefully I'll have them before my presentation tomorrow at 9am. Not only …
... covering each of them. Believe it or not, this graffiti is now encouraged, but comes at a cost. A lot of people simply leave their expended spray paint cans lying on the ground. While this is somewhat of an iconic stop along the classic Route 66, much of its luster has been diminished. Still worth a stop as it only takes about 5 minutes to visit, and every time we drove down that stretch of road, there was always a gathering of sight-seers.
... drive to Nashville, where I hope to stay and relax for a day or two. So it won't be another marathon driving day. Hopefully I'll be able to take some more photos and make this blog more entertaining. Maybe see if Lauren Shera is playing anywhere. And that's all I remember. Oh, except that when I went through Roswell the other day I did get abducted by aliens; yeah I'd forgotten all about all that. It was very weird. But you don't want to hear about that.
... graffiti'd dumpster you are there". The ranch is a well known landmark where in the middle of a field, 10 old Cadillac's are up-ended in the ground all at the same angle. The public are encouraged to bring their own spray paint and put their mark on the cars. The cars are regularly re-painted to provide a clean canvas. We once again were cursing not buying spray paint. We walked across the field and soon saw that the recent rains had made access ...
... When going out to the restaurant, we were met with a hyper-touristified Texas-style cowboy bar and dining hall. There was a trio of live bluegrass and country musicians traveling table to table, playing anything by request.
After a huge dinner (including mountain oysters!), we retired to our saloon hotel room and hit the hay--ready for another day of driving across the high desert and into New Mexico...