Super 8 Amarillo/Central
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... covering each of them. Believe it or not, this graffiti is now encouraged, but comes at a cost. A lot of people simply leave their expended spray paint cans lying on the ground. While this is somewhat of an iconic stop along the classic Route 66, much of its luster has been diminished. Still worth a stop as it only takes about 5 minutes to visit, and every time we drove down that stretch of road, there was always a gathering of sight-seers.
... Barrel Stout, brewed with roasted barley and oatmeal and aged in oak with bourbon at a mild 9% ALC. Off to the dining room and we have a 20 minute wait for a table, just enough time to polish off my stout before being shown our table. We order our steak and watch the show. The restaurant is massive, a main floor and balcony dining upstairs. The seated area would fit roughly 350-450 easily. The ...
... stores--a strange and engaging cocktail of elements.
We again did battle with staying on Route 66 and had some rest stops along the way: a farm-to-table Texas Steakhouse in McLean (population 585), the largest Christian cross in the world in Groom, Texas. Finally, we ended up in Amarillo--driving in circles before we arrived at the Cadillac Ranch--an empty swath of fertile land with a row of ...
... The cowboy and girls who served us and the cowboys who sung country tunes upon request, also added to the experience. After dinner we finally made it to the no. 1 sight on our list for Amarillo, the Cadillac ranch. It was so cool! 10 Cadillacs ass up in the ground, spray painted for years by people from all over the world. Of course we couldn't leave without participating in that tradition, so Michael tagged our names in the seat of a ...
... with the car. Further down the interstate we paused for lunch at Tucumcari, and I marked our final stretch in New Mexico with a Quesadilla at Del's (you know, the one with the big cow on the sign). I then took the wheel of the Hurricane (or Bessie as she has now become) and took us across the border into our fifth state - mighty Texas! Over the border the ...