Americas Best Value Inn - Amarillo East/Grand Street
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We spent most of the day traveling Route 66. Started off by seeing the Blue Whale. We were just wishing it was warmer so we could have went swimming with it. We ate lunch at the Rock Cafe, which was one of the inspirations for the movie Cars. Clay was very excited to be there. We then stopped at the Arcadia Round Barn, which is, surprisingly, a big round barn in Arcadia. Go figure. We then stopped at ...
Today I left Albuquerque and drove into Texas. I didn't do any sightseeing or take any side trips, as there isn't much of that to do in this area as far as I can tell, and I was tired. I didn't sleep well last night. The traveling is probably starting to take a toll on me so I decided to just drive straight to Amarillo, get a hotel and take it easy. I might go by the Cadillac Ranch tomorrow.
I did add some additional photos to ...
We made it to Amarillo, Tx. today stopped at the rest area and headed to the steak house (home of the free 72 oz steak) only if you eat the whole thing.....I was luckey just to eat what me and marge ordered and we split it between the 2 of us. This is the 2nd time we have been here and the food was just as great as the last time. This time we were able to ...
... We pass through Santa Rosa where 2 feet of hail fell 2 nights ago—no sign of it now—and drive on to Tucumcari near the border with Texas. As we get closer to Texas, the landscape gradually turns greener. We see more cows grazing on the open range and more arches across side roads announcing big ranches. But this is the plains with low growing grasses and not much else. Closer to Amarillo we come to ...
... loss of voice enough to sing along to her iPod songs, however she is very croaky and so out of tune. She is not bothered by this and continues singing at full croaky voice for at least the next 40 miles.
We get to within about 20 miles of our campground and Malcolm advises he is low on fuel.
Cindy redirects the GPS from the campground to the nearest gas station which is about 7 miles away and we arrive there a short time later. The American pumps have ...