Luxury Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The Big Texas Steak Ranch, Amarillo, Texas. Their claim to fame is that it is the "Home of the Free 72-ounce Steak", but the small print says it's a complete dinner with 2 sides and must all be eaten in one hour. We had lunch at this landmark restaurant, but had a much, much smaller portion!
Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument, Fritch, Texas. Archeological traces of prehistoric ...
... were lovely and the food was ok.
On route back to the motel we stopped to get a few provisions at a local supermarket (Lowes) and it was BRILLIANT for people watching. We saw a cowboy (had, boots and everything) together with his son, who was probably about 11, also in jeans, boots and the big hat. It was hard not to stare, but only in an way of awe!
The evening was spent watching telly and a film before sleep!!
... Barrel Stout, brewed with roasted barley and oatmeal and aged in oak with bourbon at a mild 9% ALC. Off to the dining room and we have a 20 minute wait for a table, just enough time to polish off my stout before being shown our table. We order our steak and watch the show. The restaurant is massive, a main floor and balcony dining upstairs. The seated area would fit roughly 350-450 easily. The ...
... it had a Subway serving breakfast flatbreads which suited us just fine. We asked for the medium coffee and ended up with a huge cup - and there was even one bigger! The coffee was dispensed out of a machine and only options were flavoured and sickly sweet. We continued on and arrived at Amarillo, Texas. The route was taking us through the old outskirts of town, with old motels and buildings. It is becoming a familiar sight now to see the old motels and ...
... they’re moving up! Several of the campers that we looked at were not as big as one of our slide outs.
We felt a little closed in with our Montana and it was 340 square feet. We were thrilled to go up to over 410 square feet with our Redwood.
I am so grateful for the pioneers that started the RV industry. I will grant you I am ...