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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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Roof Inn Amarillo
Unhelpful staff , wifi didn't work, bed uncomfortable, noisy and to top it off the toilet blocked in one of our rooms. I don't recommend this place, there are plenty of other options around!
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We had to leave Broken Arrow today. As always I find saying farewell to my family sad, even though I know I'll see them again it won’t be for a while.
We had a breakfast feast to fill our bellies before hitting the road, all kinds of pasties plus pancakes, bacon and fruit. It was very pleasant, Matt and Alana there, and Richard, …
Finally I arrived in Texas. I have always wanted to visit Texas and now I am finally here. I had dinner at Chick-Fil-A again for $5.95 and got gas at Valero for $19.58. I walked into the hotel and was warmly welcomed. I loved my room on the 5th floor and fell asleep quickly.
... later, it would seem that the storm had passed over here too as there were huge puddles everywhere. We checked in at Super 8 Central Amarillo and chilled out for a bit. Warnings were plastered all over the TV channels about storms and tornados but it appeared we werent in any danger here.
We got changed and headed for The Big Texan restaurant which is famous here and apparently one of the top 10 places in the WORLD to have a beer. We had high hopes ...
We left Guthrie this morning and came by an old army fort in Del Reno, Ok, so we stopped and went through that. We drove on to Clinton to the Rte. 66 museum and visited there. We thought it would be fun to drive some of the old "Mother Road", but that was a big mistake. We bounced and bumped along for about 7 miles and realized we may just end up being a bucket of bolts if we kept on. The bumps jarred open ...
... face as we opened our car door. And the dirt path we had to walk to reach the Caddillacs left us with a dirty feel. All I could think was we were going to carry that smell and dust with us in the car on our continued travel to New Mexico. We didn't stay here long, but we did get the photos to say we had "been there, done that."
As we continued our journey I made a deviation into Tucumcari, New ...