Ashmore Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was able to drive on campus without a pass, but now visitors are allowed. We found a good on-street, pay parking spot near Gordon Hall so that was were we started our tour. Gordon has been upgraded quite a bit since Philip lived there. It houses students in the Honors College now. Almost every window had the same "Sun's Up, Gun's Up" poster in the window. ...
... concert, but every time Paul sat down at the grand piano, most of the audience sat, too. There were from two to six people, one of them a little more than slightly drunk, standing in the aisle beside Philip, which was a little annoying, but they didn't get out of hand. I am surprised that no one from Security told them to go back to their seats. That would have been nice.
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... out our flight is delayed, no problem, I wore my sneakers for the Dallas sprint. Update: been 15 hours so far and only in LA. I sat next to a guy from Australia on the flight from Dallas to LA. He reminded me that never, never make a right on red or we could die. We will drive on the other side of the road. He was from Perth which on the other side of ...
... our drive was flat and dry as far as the eye could see. Until we got to the outskirts of Lubbock, rising up out of the flatlands was a cute little neighborhood. It had broad porches, neat little (green) yards, gas lamps burning on the porches, and a brick townhall. It felt like we had landed in the Stepford; everything was eerily perfect. I'm exaggerating, but only slightly (check out ...