La Quinta Inn Amarillo West Medical Center
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We got on the road around 8:30 this morning, with the goal of making it to Oklahoma today. We decided to drive on to Amarillo because of the light traffic and good weather. We have a pretty good routine established by now. With Logan and Kegan helping with the driving, no one has to spend too much time behind the wheel. Eric has opted to drive his …
... description does it justice, but it reminded me of something from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. We arrived in Amarillo at 4am, in a bitterly cold morning. We were greeted by Joy, and a hyper-energetic puppy, Staggly. Fell asleep for about five hours, woke up and went for a walk to see a bit of the neighborhood, take some photos and that. Road Tunes Today: SXSW 2014 Rappers, Cocteau Twins, Warpaint, Lou ...
... starting to look like home.
Unfortunately, there was road work for virtually the entire length of Arkansas. There were times I was literally stopped for 20 minutes at a time; other times I was plodding along at 2 mph. As soon as it would clear up, it would bog down again. At one point the guy in front of me got out of his car, walked around, opened up his trunk and got some Cokes out of a cooler, offered me one, we talked for a minute, he ...
We headed out from the Cactus Inn this morning and missed the turn to the roadhouse for breakfast, so morning nourishment was going to have to wait. We didn't have that much of the Texas section left to cover - only about 60 miles or so. Our travels take us back and forth over the interstate on to the remaining segments of Route 66. We get to drive through a couple of abandoned "ghost" towns that have died since the interstate took their drive-through ...
... some cowboys, a shirtless guy, and made conversation with a crazy old man in the checkout line. We then headed to the Big Texan, which was about as touristy as you can get. Think Vegas meets Nashville melted in a big bowl of Texas. Flashing neon lights, slot machines, gift shop and the 72 oz steak challenge! Tyler considered it, but thankfully passed on it. I could barely finish my burger, and can't imagine having ...