Blue Swallow Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Swallow Motel Tucumcari
Great 1940's motel.
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The sun and warmth has returned and after a rather disturbed night we left Amarillo late morning but only had a mere 100 miles to cover today. Off we went and before long we arrived at The Midpoint Cafe, the importance of this is that this is what it is. Halfway between Chicago and LA, what an achievement. Ugli Pie was the choice of the day and we …
This blogging is taking more time than we thought and sometimes the wifi service is sketchy but here are our day 3 adventures - a pretty relaxed day.
We had to start out at WalMart so we could get our spray paint for the Cadillac Ranch. We stopped at the Big Texan to see what that steak looked like - YIKES! And you have to eat the …
... way over many gulches and other depressions in the landscape with the technology of their day, whereas the modern Interstate was built with more powerful machinery and utilised much better bridge-building technology. The trunk-like uprights of a railway bridge remained in some places - the only clue to what had been there before. West of the ghost town of Glenrio was the ghost town of Endee which was so ghostly, we couldn't even see where it had been. Now THAT'S a ghost town!
... into his heart, crying in agony, "Tocom-Kari." The old Chief's dying utterance lives on today with a slight change to "Tucumcari," and the scene of the tragedy is now famous legendary Tucumcari Mountain."
So I trust that that is the exact history of Tucamcari and in no way is it romanticized to make it sound more appealing and tourable. I hope they make a movie about it sometime.
Not a lot to say for this day and overnight stop. We are on our way to see the German jet fighter pilot and his family in Texas. So a big day of driving today and an overnight stop in the middle of nowhere. I'm sure it is lovely here but I can't for the life of me work out why anyone would live here. Warm I guess? Big beautiful open skies? Tomorrow we hit the road again and hopefully make it all the way to Witchita Falls in ...