Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Amarillo
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... him for a gay guy. Also had a chat with a photographer who revealed she had brain damage and now meditates using photoshop or something weird. We grabbed a tasty fajita each from a street seller and hit the road bound for Texas. Stopped in Santa Rosa to visit some geological phenomenon called the blue Hole. A 80ft deep vertical shaft in the ground filled with crystal clear fresh spring water. In the afternoon heat it was refreshing diving off ...
... had directions and a map but had a bit of difficulty finding it. We got off the interstate at the designated exit and the map said "two miles west." So..we traveled two miles west on a frontage road. Nothing. We back tracked and went two miles east and we found it. Dolly had researched things to do in this area and had written down Cadillac Ranch where a number of ...
... a site on the lake/river all to ourselves. We enjoyed a full moon that night as well. The water was delightful and the views inspiring, although we found that when the wind died we were inundated with swarms of gnats. That probably explains why most of the partying stayed out on boats moored together in the lake. The "sardines" were arriving with their boats and 4-wheelers as we pulled out across the famed London Bridge - I still don't get it, ...
... this clothes are done we will head 35 North to Turner Falls Park, Arbuckle Oklahoma. Well, Turner Falls was a bust, no dogs allowed and I wouldn't have paid $14.00 to get in there anyways. We did go to Red Rock Canyon Park, around the same area. Was an awesome canyon. Not the largest place, I think we took about an hour and a half to walk the one trail and relaxe a good bit. Well maintained, good ...
... Springs where the building of our BnB claims to have once been a bank which the notorious Jesse James robbed! Kansas into Oklahoma was next and you could feel the number of rednecks increase per capita the moment you entered the state! Imagine cowboys riding their horses on their ranches, spitting, howdies, the whole lot! Some highlights of this trip were the vintage Packard automobiles at Afton Station - arguably the best line of cars to ever be squeezed out in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMicrotel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Amarillo
Clean, comfortable. Decor was dated but not in disrepair. Bed was comfortable. Fitness center mostly in good shape. Free breakfast.
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