Travelodge Amarillo West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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What a fantastic day today. Not only have we had a good ride, but we have met so many wonderful characters along the route. I've said it before and I will say it again, Route 66 is not just about the ride - it is about the people on this incredible journey. It is about the folk who are trying desperately to eke out a living when all around them the place has either died or is dying. It is about the folk who have a love ...
... you’ve already taken out your clothes for the day. The down side is that it’s another bag to bring into hotels. But it makes our individual bags more organized.
· Carrying the big yeti cooler to hotels is also a new plan—with enough ice we can keep beverages cool and meals iced. However, it’s heavy to take anywhere, and all we use it for is an occasional soda or cold ...
... you grateful for the invention of elevators. If you get a chance to go see them, I would recommend it. However, do it before you get to my age as you have to hike a lot to be able to really see them.
Santa Fe and Taos are interesting cities. Both have a high concentration of Art Galleries and museums to visit. We had a nice time exploring the Plaza in Santa Fe. They have a really good museum that covers the history of Santa ...
As we head out west we have seen a variety of landscapes. This morning we started in Oklahoma then passed through Texas, and now we are in New Mexico. We decided to eat lunch in Amarillo, TX. As we drove down interstate 40w there were at least 15 billboards of a steak joint that was offering a free 72oz steak.. The catch is you have to eat the entire steak in one hour. We ended up going to the ...
... him for a gay guy. Also had a chat with a photographer who revealed she had brain damage and now meditates using photoshop or something weird. We grabbed a tasty fajita each from a street seller and hit the road bound for Texas. Stopped in Santa Rosa to visit some geological phenomenon called the blue Hole. A 80ft deep vertical shaft in the ground filled with crystal clear fresh spring water. In the afternoon heat it was refreshing diving off ...