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Travel Blogs from Amarillo
... melted in your mouth, I have never enjoyed a steak so much. After three attempts, we finally found the Cadillac Ranch...I can't believe we wasted that much time looking for this exhibit....but Ian can always say he saw it. We were going to head to Albuquerque, New Mexico, but decided to head north to Santa Fe.....boy are we ever glad we did.....beautiful countryside....more to come tomorrow. P.S. People were asking for more picture, so here you ...
Today was a road day! We drove all day through Colorado and into Texas. A long drive, but our reward for getting in early was pool time at the hotel! During mid-road-trip polling of passengers on this trip, we learned that the hotel pool ranked up there with the most exciting attractions and land formations, so this has become a priority for us, as a great way to get out some energy and unwind, especially after a long day in the car.
... Where do I apply? (Don't laugh he filled out the application on line and used some of you as references!)
Interstate 40 west out of Flagstaff is a beautiful, fun drive. The wind still blew, but at least we were going downhill for a change. We dropped into Havasu City to be greeted by 102 degrees and (radically) overpriced campgrounds, but luckily we arrived one day before the Lake Havasu Memorial Day crowds would arrive, and so ...
I didn't have such a great nights sleep last night. There was a big group of tattooed people having a party on the other side of the swimming pool opposite our hotel room. At 1.30 am I heard a cop outside our room and I think he was telling them to quiet down! (Bloody ell, I've just realised I sound like a right miserable sod moaning about people having a good time! I was just jealous they didn't invite me to join them!) The alarm clock went off at ...
... the canyon.
After a drive along a totally straight country road we arrive at the canyon entrance, Terry and Dave go to book in and Liz and I find the herd of Texas Longhorn cattle, along with an ominous sign, No open containers of alcohol or public drinking in the canyon. Thank god for the green plastic beakers.
Terry comes back to evie, having pulled yet again, impressing the female park ranger booking us in by catching a fly in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility