Super 8 Amarillo/Central
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Nice if you want to visit the Big Texan. Not much really else to state about it
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We visited the same diner that we ate in for dinner last night to have breakfast this morning and we were glad we did. A local told us about a Motorcycle Museum just outside of Chandler that we could visit. Whilst we are not big on Motorcycles, the route is pretty dedicated to them so we thought it best to try it out.
The museum really is …
... did. Detour to the mall for an hour we, grabbed a drink. I even decided not to shop in Hollister, anyone who knows me this is really reserved for me. Lights of golf ( crazy golf with lights off) was highlight of the mall. Good fun way to forget the rain. Quick stop off at Walmart followed for supplies, good chance for me to buy hand luggage suitcase for my gifts. Ride back to camp was hideous, tell end of hurricane is ...
... to worry about. I mean it is an awesome hole in the ground and it is amazing to see it something like this in Texas, but the pictures I've seen could not been seen in person. We stopped at one place and had lunch then spent the next two hours walking lunch off. While we were driving around we also checked out the campgrounds. The campgrounds are on the floor of the canyon, so the drive down has twists, turns, and drop-offs. Not as bad of a drive as say the ones we took on ...
... did that sign say??? Scotland!! oh ****! we took a wrong turn... haha!! we are heading to Scotland. Im home!!! I wonder if the scottish customs will let me back?
Scotland, Texas is a little town in the middle of nowhere.... is it strange to say that the only sheep we saw on the whole trip were in the fields around Scotland, Texas? No I'm not kidding!!
Leaving Scotland behind ... again! we head off in ...
... hail stones the size of baseballs. We checked the weather reports and the storm was 6 miles away and travelling at 25mph. We were in direct line for a hit. Then when the phone started alarming and we got a message from the National Weather Service to say to take cover we definitely knew that the motorhome was not the best place to be so we bundled London up in her car seat and headed south east and sat and watched the storm. It was ...