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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on pushbike with so much being just open plains, buggered getting a flat tyre every mile on those old concrete clunky roads. Hydro - Lucille's old petrol station & cafe, ceased trading when Lucille died aged in her 80's Weatherford - dedicated to Lucille a new road house with accommodation & another air base Clinton - passing McLain Rogers Park & very old Glancy Motel, looks run down Canute - took a wrong turn and went past Sod Farm, we had ...
... visible along the highway for a number of miles.
On the way through Albuquerque, we made a stop in Old Town Albuquerque. We spent some time walking the town and wandered out toward the museum although we did not go in. We stopped in a few of the shops and checked out the "merchants" peddling their wares along the street.
Then it was back on I-40 heading east. A stop in Adrian, TX lead us to the halfway point on Route 66 between Chicago and ...
... stuck into ground near Amarillo. Only in Texas!
The Big Texan Steakhouse in Amarillo had billboards about every 10 miles it seemed along the highway so we took the bait and stopped in to check out the place. This is the famous restaurant along the historic Route 66 and home of the "free" 72 oz steak, but the catch is you have to eat it within an hour or you pay full price. We got a closeup ...
... brigade. There were some good efforts clouding the crowd in tyre smoke completely and some **** like the guy on his Harley that kept lurching forward. Everyone still cheered and whooped. Was exciting. We were tempted to try the stang out but being an automatic and with thousands of miles still ahead we decided against it. On the road again and 3 hours later we crossed the Texan border into Amarillo. An old Route 66 stop now famous for its ...
... halfway dug into the ground. It reminded me of an American vehicle Stonehenge. I guess I expected 20 or 30 or more, but only found 10. We pulled over and walked about 500 yards to the "attraction." Several others were there and it made for some interesting photographs.
The rest of the day was slow, relaxing, taking in the 80 degree temperatures and sunny skies.