Residence Inn Amarillo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Explored Santa Fe in the morning, walking around the farmers market, through the street art exhibitions. Santa Fe has a nice vibe to it, with all it's architecture designed to match the mud-red Mexican buildings. Leaving Santa Fe we drove on to a town a couple of hours a way that has an oasis water spring. Known as the Blue Hole, 81ft deep and average temperature of 15 degrees. We had a refreshing swim, a nice break from the high temperatures. Driving on the Highway 40 until we ...
... own graffiti mark on the cars.
At this point, I think the paint is probably what is holding those cars up. The air smelled like the spray paint. We didn't indulge in the spray paint tradition because it was so windy, I was not willing to leave with spray paint all over myself. (OK, seriously people... that ...
... RV Museum before leaving. His family has run the RV business since 1974 and he has collected old travel wagons and restored them. The museum is free and wow what a collection restored to pristine condition. It shows what we have been doing, folks have been doing it for generations and in what style. Thought I would dedicate these pictures to the IAH. I was impressed by the 1948 ...
... to be in Texas. We asked them about themselves and later discovered a terrible tragedy brought them to Amarillo. They explained that one of their family members, the guys niece had decided to move to Texas from California to start a new life with her family. The car was packed and they headed off for the long drive. Along the way something fell from the car so they pulled over on the motorway to pick it up. A woman driving behind them some how ...
... One car stopped to tell us about all the damage to cars that had been done just a mile or so from where we were parked. Thankfully Mac the motorhome had escaped with minimal damage but there was plenty of localised flooding and a few leaks in the roof to mop up!
Other news for the day (as if that wasn’t enough!): London has finally started accepting a pacifier. Not a Tommee Tippee one (no surprises there!) but hopefully that ...