Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The smell of char grilled steak wafted through the carpark, beckoning us into the Tex-Mex diner. Yee ha! I really was in Texas now! There was a saddle at the door and peanut kernels crunched under our feet as we entered. A large pail of them was set down for us to chew on before our dinner. What to eat? Should I go for the Combo Appetiser of Boneless Buffalo Wings, Rattlesnake Bites and Tater Skins, AND a ...
... a high tea experience to be sure. I have discovered that American 'scones' are really our biscuits. The ones at Amitea were free and were Scottish Shortbread with Cranberries added, I had two. Potted History Lesson. Texas was a province of Mexico until the 1830's and then was an independent Nation until it became part of the United States in 1845. It became the 28th State. The Lone Star symbol comes from when it was an independent country and it is still part of the State ...
... Fargo' bank. Yes the stage coach company. They have murals and photos in all their banks celebrating each different place as well as their own history. They also have tea and coffee to have while you are waiting. Employees at all establishment I have been into have approached me and always ask if there is anything I want, in the bank she offered to make me a coffee. They are proud to talk about their history and like to ...
Chilli hot, hot or curry hot, hot? Well it was chilli Cajun style, but not too hot! First time eating Cajun and it was good. The clam chowder was great, I had a cup for $2.99 and it was a soup bowl full. glad I didn't have the bowl for $7.99 as I'd still be there eating it! The Crawfish Cornbread was the main, so big that there is some in the fridge for tomorrow. The bread was dense but light and ...
... with my family at Mom's on Christmas eve including Thanksgiving dinner since Bill and I we're not home in November. Finally, we Face-Timed with Bill's younger sister's family on Christmas morning.
A lot of the rest of the time was prepping for the trip, packing and readying the trailer for storage. Figuring out the details for this long trip has been a ton of work. We both had multiple doctor visits, and lots of meds to gather up. We have booked ...