La Quinta Inn Amarillo East Airport Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Amarillo
... back to a hotel we were allowed to use one of their special Big Texan Limos. That was our taxi home! Today we leave Texas unfortuanately as its only a short visit through BUT we do hit the half way point of the route, in a place called Adrian. I think the plan tonight is to stay in Santa Fe, New Mexico as if we do that then a short trip to Alberqurque the next day means we get to experience a mexican festival. Yes we are now venturing into Breaking Bad county.
... why.....There is an international airport about a block away and the Jets come overhead about 200 feet above us every half hour, and the noise from them blocks out the truck noise!
The pool was cold, but refreshing. The laundry closed at 7:00 and we got there at 7:10 but they agreed to lock up after we got finished.
Clean sheets, clean clothes; what more could I ask for?
... contemplating if to keep as our Roadtrip pet but thought best not as it would just **** in the car and what the hell do they eat? Carrying on we accidentally came across a American car club convention where old rusty hot rods were being exhibited outside the Route 66 museum. Proper American feel to the whole event especially when we stood in the supermarket car park next door and watched people take turns to do burnouts on a strip wetted by ...
... more than the rain and hail by 2am. Fortunately no damage from the hail.
At daybreak, the sun was out like nothing ever happened except a group of campers across from us lost an Easy-up canopy.
The group is an organization for ladies; SOTF - Sisters on the Fly. Their rules are: "No Men, No Pets, No Kids... and Be Nice".
The members we saw at the campground had very unique RV's - all in "fashionable" style.
A bit later ...
What a day...left Oklahoma and crossed the Texas. State line. Had coffee at the Ghost Town of Texola, only 36 people live there and the place is desolate. Steve tried to lock me in the old county jail ( a 6ft x 6ft old metal box), really spooky it had pictures of the jails last residents who had been held there ( including Bonnie and Clyde). When Steve finally released me we ...