Adaberry Inn

Address: 6818 Plum Creek Drive, Amarillo, Texas, 79124, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 6818 Plum Creek Drive, Amarillo, is near Don Harrington Discovery Center, Amarillo Botanical Gardens, Elkins Ranch, and Helium Monument.
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    Travel Blogs from Amarillo

    We're on our Way!

    A travel blog entry by tlshade on Jul 11, 2015

    4 comments, 2 photos

    ... Break trip!) We had a pleasant drive and it didn't get too warm. It has actually not been a bad summer so far. It is supposed to get in the triple digits next week back home...hence our happiness for being able to get to Colorado. I only took 2 pictures today and I am going to upload them now. (There is one just for Mike!) Tomorrow we are ...

    Petrified Forest, Mesa Verde and Amarillo

    A travel blog entry by carlatkins on Jun 15, 2015

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... the surrounding area. I was surprised to learn about the significant role that Sante Fe played in the civil war. It also has a significant history in New Mexico and is the state capitol. Taos is a cute city and a true art colony. We also drove up to the ski area and checked it out. The ski run looks way beyond a beginners level. I'm not sure I would want to go down it even without snow on it.

    We stayed a day in Amarillo as a ...

    "Is this the way to Amarillo?"

    A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on May 17, 2015

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... coming in from the other side ... grrr!)Next was the Midway mark (at Adrian) between Chicago and Los Angeles (which is Route 66). Lots of wind generating machines in this area. And this was the start of the enormous cultivated fields as I recall.Then we had to see "Cadillac Ranch" just off the I-40 coming in to Amarillo. There was a lot of water near the cars, but the approach paths had dried out. There really were people in barefeet and others in ...

    Back in Texas!

    A travel blog entry by giddy-up-go on Aug 24, 2014

    ... anything describing that history, but it's a fairly good size park with lots of amenities. Nancy and I enjoyed the indoor pool and hot tub that evening, but when we walked out we wished we'd thought to bring flashlights. There was barely any street lighting, and it was DARK finding our way back to our rig. Yay for smart phones and their flashlight apps!

    Parked next to us in the RV park was a retired Austin cop, who pulled in minutes after we did. He and his ...

    Dinner at 'The Big Texan' Hotel

    A travel blog entry by pezusa2014 on Aug 03, 2014

    7 photos

    Dinner at 'The Big Texan' Hotel isn't just a dining experience, its more like a pub with sideshows and entertainment all included.

    On entering Snap & I were confronted with a choice of going to the shooting gallery or the bar, we chose the bar and started the nights proceedings with a schooner (the smallest glass available) of 'Raspberry Wheat' beer at 6.5% ALC. Out the back they have a wall ...