Residence Inn Amarillo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the top of the ridge.
Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Canyon, Texas. Considered the "Grand Canyon of Texas," the Palo Duro Canyon is the second-largest canyon in the United States, and it lies in the midst of the Texas Panhandle Plains! The canyon is 120 miles long and 800 feet deep. The colors are amazing and we took the opportunity to hike the "Lighthouse Trail", which is about 6 miles in length. The visitor center and the trails ...
Dinner at 'The Big Texan' Hotel isn't just a dining experience, its more like a pub with sideshows and entertainment all included.
On entering Snap & I were confronted with a choice of going to the shooting gallery or the bar, we chose the bar and started the nights proceedings with a schooner (the smallest glass available) of 'Raspberry Wheat' beer at 6.5% ALC. Out the back they have a wall ...
... then took us through a couple of small towns, some populated and some not. One town had a scrap yard with a green martian out the front which Joe thought was cute. Maybe an escapee from Roswell. It was around here that we passed a guy riding a pedal bike along the route - packs and all. We finally arrived at the last town in Texas - Adrian, and the now closed Bent Door Cafe and then the operational MidWay Cafe - Mid point on Route 66. There is a marker ...
... We saw the medical evac helicopter landing. As of yet, we have not information about the condition of the driver. We were fortunate and blessed to have been late enough to be diverted to the frontage roads, but at least one of our fellow Newmar RVers had to make a hard stop, causing a huge mess in their RV. Thankfully they and their dogs are safe.
Later that evening, when we settled at the campsite ...
Leaving Tulsa behind at 8 am, we found ourselves weaving down that old familiar byway--Route 66. This stretch of driving was not as consistently knock-out beautiful as the Missouri section, but it had its own bevvy of landscapes, landmarks, and oddities to keep things interesting. The first stop of the journey was Oklahoma City. We quickly ascertained that OK City would not be a quick diversion, so we soldiered ...