BEST WESTERN Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Santa Fe Amarillo
A great place to stay just off the I40, friendly staff, comfy beds, clean, cheap and a fantastic breakfast included. Would definitely stay here again.
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... of a sudden, the cows looked depressed and desperate to escape. Mark said that he'd love to be a veggie.... he just likes meat too much though!!!
We entered Vega town - population of 886!!!!! As we still hadn't managed to get a photo of the Route 66 Texas road sign, we decided to snap a pic of one of the signs painted on the road. The story is that basically alot of the road signs were stollen over the years, so some road signs ...
... and was going out for tools to take the lover vent plate off, opened the bathroom door for a towel, and found the spigot open in the sink and the stopper in the sink. So problem solved, fresh water emptied into the coach. Dried up the mess and went. arrived at Amarillo at about 5pm yesterday.it was raining and the wind was rocking Mona . There's was back a bad accident in the East bound lane of I-40. A car was overturned with all the emergency ...
Explored Santa Fe in the morning, walking around the farmers market, through the street art exhibitions. Santa Fe has a nice vibe to it, with all it's architecture designed to match the mud-red Mexican buildings. Leaving Santa Fe we drove on to a town a couple of hours a way that has an oasis water spring. Known as the Blue Hole, 81ft deep and average temperature of 15 degrees. We had a refreshing swim, a nice break from the high temperatures. Driving on the Highway 40 until we ...
... was 7pm so it wasn't too bad.
We had gotten past Dallas and now we were on the hunt for a campground right off the interstate. We spotted one in Terrell. It worked out perfect. Easy to get to from the interstate but not too close so that you heard the traffic all night.
It was a long strenuous day plus the deducted sleep from the storm on the night before.
Tomorrow is the final stretch. Another 410 miles and 7 hours of driving to go.
... that is a whole new way of thinking!
Not a lot to talk about today. But I did put comments on my pictures, so be sure to look at them.
We will be home tomorrow as long as the Lord is willing and the creek don't rise.
Mike, let us know if there is something you want to do while you are visiting us. Maybe you would like to practice mowing a 2 acre yard???!!!
Love to All,
Laura and Tom