Trade Winds East Motel

707 Amarillo Blvd. East, Amarillo, Texas, 79107, United States | Hotel
Prices starting from $16.00

Travel Blogs from Amarillo

Long day, off to a good start!

A travel blog entry by juliediver


... Big Blue Whale was built in the 1970. It was a local swimming hole and probably a hot spot back then. Today, not so much. It was well worth the stop because it was a step back in time, you can imagine all the families swimming in the pond and jumping off the tail of the whale. I passed this way hundreds of times but never knew the whale was there! Note to RVers - the parking lot isn't large enough to turn around ...

Balloon Festival and then on to Texas!

A travel blog entry by carol_fred


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We drove through miles and miles of grazing land and every once in a while, we could see a ranch. No problem with noisy neighbors out here! The land just goes on forever, but the cows seem to like it. We arrived in time to see the Red Sox game. Not happy with the results, but we know they will bounce back.


A travel blog entry by harleyrider2


... stopping at the Route 66 museum, just outside of town but it wasn't open so the photos will have to do.

We stopped at Texola, at the Watering Hole Café which was the last stop before Texas for breakfast. It wasn't bad but very isolated and not a lot happening around this area.

There was not a lot else to see as we traced our steps along Route 66, thinking about the people who have done this so many years before - wondered how it went for them and ...


A travel blog entry by alindai


... after the meteor crater. We added the photos of the crater in this blog as the last blog was a bit crowded.

Glenrio was a great example of derelict buildings of once thriving communities which were forced to close when the new highway was built. The photos tell the story.

Moving fairly quickly through this section of Texas as it was extremely hot and not a whole lot to see on the actual route ...

Day 9 - Still on the Road?

A travel blog entry by the3chickateers


We passed a sign a while ago saying "You are now leaving New Mexico, THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT" Enchantment, really? In my most creative of thinking, I would never have described New Mexico as enchanting. Funny conversations while driving 1,000 in one day. Debby- I couldn't get married in a Catholic Church because I was Catholic and Bobby was a Footwashed Baptist... so I was married in my den by a Methodist Minister... whose ministry ...


This hotel, located on 707 Amarillo Blvd. East, Amarillo, is near Route 66 Historic District, American Quarter Horse Heritage Center & Museum, Wonderland Park, and Amarillo Museum of Art.
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