Americas Best Value Inn - Amarillo East/Grand Street
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It was a beautiful clear morning, 4C (10C at Amarillo) and the snow glistened on the mountain tops. It was pleasant driving, and we weren't hungry after the big meal last night. We traveled south along an "ordinary" road, before meeting the I-40 at Cline's Corner. Still not hungry. The first stop we made was at The Blue Pool at Santa Rosa. We didn't get in for a swim! Here is a description.
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... but it wasn't anything spectacular. The people who live and work in these towns are what make them. SO charming.
A restaurant called Pow Wow was recommended to us. If we had wanted a drink, the Motel had a number to call and someone from the restaurant would have collected us and delivered us to the hotel... how cool. It was only in the early evening and were hungry, so we drove there for an early dinner. The place was empty, but ...
... town was based on the movie cars & you could tell....
A few more hours drive & of course some amazing driving tunes and we arrived in Amarillo.
We check into are hotel, first time we arrived at a reasonable hour.
We decided to drive to the Palo Duro State Park - $5 admission.
... then took us through a couple of small towns, some populated and some not. One town had a scrap yard with a green martian out the front which Joe thought was cute. Maybe an escapee from Roswell. It was around here that we passed a guy riding a pedal bike along the route - packs and all. We finally arrived at the last town in Texas - Adrian, and the now closed Bent Door Cafe and then the operational MidWay Cafe - Mid point on Route 66. There is a marker ...
Well, today was the day I've been planning for several months. Originally we were spending time in Palo Duro Canyon last month, but we would have been gone almost the whole month, so we changed it. So this morning we left here about 9:30 and drove 100 miles north! We arrived at the entrance to Palo Duro Canyon State Park about 11:30 after driving across the Southern High Plains, past hundreds of acres of cotton with several cotton gins and Happy, TX. I can tell you, the Grand Canyon ...