Blue Swallow Motel
Travel Blogs from Tucumcari
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 …
... under the side of the roof to make eye contact with Jean. When Jean looked at him, with her tear filled eyes, he said in a questioning way: Allergies? We all broke out laughing. He made a few other comments that had us howling. He then wished us a safe trip and excused himself. This is one encounter with a Patrolman we will always remember.
Our final ...
... placards at traffic with slogans such as "Heroin kills" and "Say No to heroin" solid advice that, why don'y people in Britain wave advice at passing traffic like "remember to unplug the iron" or "don't drop the baby"?
A gorgeous scene is route 66 through Devil's Elbow and Hooker's cut, amusing names yes, but scenery that cant be reviled through rock valleys and old school bridges ...
... ranchers of Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas, today our prayers for dry roads overwhelmed theirs. You can certainly see how dry it has been in the area.
Tonight we dined on wonderful chili rellano's at the Pow Wow Restaurant. AMAZING!!! If you get near Tucumcari, we'd recommend them without reservation.
Okay, now to my title for the day. As we coming into Tucumcari, ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Swallow Motel Tucumcari
Great 1940's motel.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.