Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Amarillo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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The drive from Raton, NM to Amarillo was uneventful, but seemed really long. It's really not all that long, but the route is - well - boring.
Unlike most RV parks, the office in this park was closed when we got there, this being a Sunday. There were envelopes awaiting all the registered incoming guests, though, directing us to our assigned sites.
We're not sure where the park got its name, because we didn't see any historical ...
... Texas and had lunch at a real Mom and Pops place, had the best burger ever ( theses people know how too eat!! Texas is a mass of ranches, longhorns and buffaloes, it is huge. Today we are moving onto New Mexico , about 150 miles, and are staying at the iconic Blue Swallow Motel on RT 66, all neon lights and motorbikes, will let you know how we get on.. Look it up on the ...
... 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 ...
... gallon). Just west of Amarillo is the Cadillac Ranch. This is where there are 10 Cadillacs half buried bonnet down into the ground, at the same angle as the pyramid of Giza - it's art! It's literally just in a field at the side of the road. There is no charge to get in and visitors are welcome to spray paint graffiti onto the cars. After scrabbling through the hundreds of abandoned paint cans on the floor (like the tramps that we are!) we found a ...
... well, we could see the trucks that indicated it was the Highway, anyway! There was no actual border to indicate when we crossed into New Mexico so we were unaware until the first 'New Mexico Route 66' sign.
In Tucumcari we stopped and chatted a while with Kevin and Nancy at The Blue Swallow, where we had intended to stay last night. We recognised the two Harley's parked outside from The Bent Door in Adrian, and yes - they had been for a visit at the ...