Residence Inn Amarillo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rattlesnakes and a nifty touch screen Texas Driving Safety game that I did awfully on.
Scenery on the road side included lots of farmland, cows, horses, and more farmland. We passed this nifty machine that is used to water huge farms and Justin thought it was fascinating. There was also an area covered by wind energy generators. The land on the side of the highway was very flat, very green, and there were barely any trees, at all.
I played a bunch of games ...
Day 1 of my road trip from Austin, TX to Seattle, WA, with my beautiful wife Anna, and our snap-happy camera enthusiast friend, Sophia. After a day of frantically packing our truck, and a last minute visit to Uhaul (since we'd underestimated just how much **** we actually had to cart around the country), we left Austin in the early hours of the evening. Anna and Sophia drove us to Amarillo (Amarillah to ...
... and traffic backed up for miles. There's was an accident in our lane next to it where someone had rear ended an onlooker.but we eased by .We realized our destination was blocked by traffic, so we continued on to the Pilot and fueled up next to the big rigs. After the huge ordeal of fueling at a truck stop, we proceed to the Big Texas Steakhouse. There is a truck parking lot and entrance there which makes it possible to take the motor home and toad ...
... them. The place is actually a number of museums together depicting the life along Route 66 and the towns. The buildings are real and give you a great perspective of these towns through the years.
Leaving Elk City we continued west towards Texas. The last town you hit before crossing the state line is Texola. It is 0.6 miles from Texas. We stopped here at the Tumbleweed Grill/Waterhole #2 for a soda. We ended up chatting to the lady owner for a good half an hour. ...
... I followed the road as it wound through Sayre, which has not disintegrated since the interstate arrived, and then Hext and Erick who both have suffered greatly before going through the last town in Oklahoma, Texola, which is a ghost of its past. I drove through Shamrock, Texas and back onto original concrete which took me past Lela to McLean where they have the Devil's Rope Museum. Devil's Rope refers to barbed wire, ...