Sleep Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hi all - we left Gallup and hit the road reasonably early for us. As we approached a large bend along our route, a road sign was posted clearly advising drivers not to pick up hitch hikers in the area. We wondered aloud what could have occurred historically in the area to post such a warning sign. As we rounded the bend we found ourselves reading …
... was free and I wanted to express my thanks to the owner but he had stepped out to lunch an assistant had told us. Once she discovered the nature of our visit, a long conversation ensued that led to a detour to a place called Palo Duro State Park. An excellent diversion from "the plan" and in fact is the whole point of this trip.... Claimed to be the 2nd largest canyon in the United States, this was our first view of something like this. It was a beautiful ...
... pulling a toad, we had to unhook and back up. Oh well, no harm no foul and it was an easy place to gas up.
Next was Pops, located in Arcadia, Oklahoma on the original route 66. They are known for their 66 ft soda pop bottle and light show in the evening. They have over 600 kinds of pops from the ol' Knee Hi to some local ones like Rat ******* Orange Crush. To me, this stop was a bit too modern and built ...
... they complete d it they got the whole meal for free, and if not, they had to pay 90 dollars. Unfortunately none of them made it, although two came extremely close! This was the highlight of the stay in Amarillo, as we were only there for one ...
Leaving Oklahoma we headed along the old route 66 road to Weatherford were we stopped at the Space museum for Thomas Stafford which was very interesting all about his Apollo Missions. Next stopping at one of 2 museums about route 66 today.
The next museum was in Elk City it had a route 66 museum, a cowboy museum and city museum all in one.
This was the last ...