La Quinta Inn Amarillo East Airport Area
Travel Blogs from Amarillo
... chilly with the AC on. Please, next time you see me, don't ask about my right-sided tan- this should explain it. Today is another day of varied landscapes, but the soil is such a colour that the water runs a rusty red colour. The remaining miles of New Mexico are quite rocky and mountainous. Just as the land runs flat, up pops a red hill (or a mountain by Ontario standards). As we cross into Texas, these rocky scenes turn to flat fields, and with some gusts of ...
... interesting walk around. On we go to Erick. Thought we would visit the Roger Miller museum so to get us in the mood we find ' king of the road' , Chug-a-Lug, Do-Wack-a-Do. And crank them up ...Dang! The museum is closed on Mondays! It's lunch time, looking around, there's not much in Erick, its been left a bit of a ghost town since the interstate went through but we see a bakery and coffee shop so we'll give it a go. Jewel in the crown Liz described it as compared to the rest ...
... the corn quickly and scattered weed colonies and grass along the sides of the roads so the gray country and teh dark red country began to disappear under a green cover. In the last part of may the sky grew pale and the clouds that had hung in high puffs for so long in the spring were dissipated.
We pulled into Amarillo around 8:30PM, and wandered around before stumbling on dinner at Taco Gracias. Falling into sleep now after a long day of travel.
... out of the three boys... After dinner and a drink at the bar in the restaurant, we headed up the road to a local bar, to have a few drinks, learn a few moves on how to dance Texas style... after an hour or so, a few of us called it a night and walked back to our hotel... we certainly knew when everyone else got back at 2:30am... aahh the joys of travelling... anyway thats all for now... see y'all next in Arlington, ...
... one at Mule; the hoodies here are exactly the same, just slightly more pricey at $35. We now both look like the epitomy of the Tourist with our navy Route 66 sweaters complete with a row of State pins! Four down, four to go....of course the Texas pin is bigger than all the others.
The rest of the drive across the Texas panhandle was flat, dry and dotted with ruins and relics of a more prosperous time. A lot of 66 was dirt, and at times we could see the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking