Super 8 Motel - Amarillo
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... some more, he got back in, and ten minutes later we moved a foot. Awesome!
So I got to the Little Rock exit eventually, but the sign seemed to indicate that the actual city was somewhat farther off along another highway, and I wasn't going to go off on a new route. This was already taking forever. So I just kept going, figuring I would drive until I got tired and find a hotel somewhere.
I ended up, finally, crossing the border into ...
... they have about as many different types as you would ever wish to see. Also contained within the museum is a small section dedicated to Route 66. McLean was also the last of the Texas towns to be bypassed by interstate in 1984. After McLean the landscape became more arid with prairie grass and spicier plants that had been seen before. West of Alanreed there was no choice but to take to the interstate until after passing the ...
... complete the steak and all the fixins'. If you don't finish--you pay $72. Just the idea that anyone would even try to eat 72 oz of meat in one sitting is shocking to me! There were 2 young men trying when we got there. The brave men trying to finish their meal, were defeated by the giant piece of meat. One man said he face hurt from chewing, so ...
... had the four lanes of the old 66 running through it and just about every building was empty and some had the roofs fallen in. The odd building had washing hung out. We decided to pull over in the centre and have some lunch. In one hour only two vehicles passed, JC would say "did you see that?"and I would say "no". Stayed in Amarillo overnight and the next day (today) we visited ...
... brick built in one unit with walls to separate each house, the only access being by ladders through the house roofs. Lots of pre historic paintings and carvings to see on rocks around the area.
Loved Santa Fe, beautiful little town with mud daubed houses in its old town centre, a lovely light brown texture, one house being the oldest in the USA. The church was also one of the oldest in the USA.