Red Roof Inn Amarillo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Up early for Hot Air Ballooning over Albuquerque. It was so nice and ended with breakfast and champagne on landing. From there we got the shuttle back to the hotel to catch the coach to Amarillo. We stopped at Santa Fe along the way where we experienced street fajitas and bought cowboy hats from five and dime. We looked around the st Francis church where we felt a little out ...
... of being in the desert again. The road took me east and back into the yellow grassy plains. The drive was a little dull from here. The roads were flat and straight. The land open with nothing but open sky from horizon to horizon. My ****** American android phone could not hold a GPS signal for more then 15 minutes in this empty landscape which was annoying. The phones 'GPS signal lost' constantly vocalising it's failure on a basic function. I drove through some towns that were ...
... have it so tough.
We witnessed those launch difficulties with Elvis today. He just couldn’t 'get it up.’ He was almost erect, then he started to sag and drop to the ground. The crew started working on Elvis, one of them going into the balloon to check things out. After adjusting something they re-inflated Elvis and he rose to the occasion. The crowd cheered wildly.
The baby ...
... knick knacks and bibles and inspirational religious based material. Right at this time, the owners have gone to a funeral so they have called in some of their friends to run the shop and tea rooms. It's quite busy and the ladies are a little flustered as they greet us at the door to say they don't know how to charge a credit card so we would have to use cash or cheque if we wanted to stay. We have cash so we proceed to order, baked cheesecake, French silk pie, heart ...
... had barbed wire, no cars.
Our next destination, New Mexico, we visited an old Indian site which was pretty amazing, Indians had been travelling through this area for thousands of years, but the Pueblo Indians were the only ones who actually established a community and built houses and farmed the soil. Not too much of the buildings left only the foundations but these were pretty big communities. The houses ...