Residence Inn Amarillo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... why.....There is an international airport about a block away and the Jets come overhead about 200 feet above us every half hour, and the noise from them blocks out the truck noise!
The pool was cold, but refreshing. The laundry closed at 7:00 and we got there at 7:10 but they agreed to lock up after we got finished.
Clean sheets, clean clothes; what more could I ask for?
... brigade. There were some good efforts clouding the crowd in tyre smoke completely and some **** like the guy on his Harley that kept lurching forward. Everyone still cheered and whooped. Was exciting. We were tempted to try the stang out but being an automatic and with thousands of miles still ahead we decided against it. On the road again and 3 hours later we crossed the Texan border into Amarillo. An old Route 66 stop now famous for its ...
... though there was nothing really here. I hit up the gym before the hotel. And I didn't really consider that I'd gone through another time zone. So it was coming up on 2100 and the sun was only just setting. By the time I was at the hotel it was going on 2200. I hadn't eaten dinner and I was starving. But kitchens were closing. I find a Mexican fast food restaurant and order as best I can and take it back to my room. The food was filth. I finally got a chance to play my guitar and I headed to ...
... very dusty fields. Lots of cows also means that the air in Texas has a very different fragrance from the other states we've been in (I think it's called eau de manure). We also quickly notice that the houses are much nicer than the previous state. Outside Amarillo we stop at a somewhat famous tourist attraction- the Cadillac Ranch. Apparently, as a work of art, someone had the idea to bury 10 Cadillacs in a single row nose first into a field. They are covered in ...
... firmly planted into the Texas soil. It was both a horrific example of industrial waste and artistic inspiration--the photos were worth it.
When we arrived at our hotel, it was clear that our night would be totally different from our earlier nights--The Big Texan Steakhouse Ranch was our compound: a full casino, boardwalk, brewery, shooting range, labyrynth, and a one-man band by the name of ...