Aspen Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it all looks Art Deco but I'm not sure it can be that old. Maybe tomorrow we will get to see the old part of town that the book talks about. Had dinner in the hotel as it's still so cold outside and watched a bit of the superbowl while we ate our pork with potatoes & beans (a $6.95 Super Bowl special). An old couple there were from Seattle but unfortunately for them the New England Patriots beat their Seattle ...
... a while since they were in business. It's sad to see these mom and pop shops and hotels crumbling down. I guess when interstate 40 went in, folks could travel faster and stopped taking route 66. Small town America gone.
As we neared the Texas border, there were more buttes and mounds flanking the highway...there were a few trees but mostly red, bare earth as we left New Mexico. ...
... the person behind me put her knees into the middle of the back of my seat and pushed hard. She was probably just trying to stretch out some and had no idea it was affecting me. It made for a rather uncomfortable 9 hour leg of the journey, but it seems par for the course.
We had over four hours layover in Heathrow, and the Walker's knew of a little restaurant I hadn’t noticed before, but they serve a very good ...
... to find another cache at the Tennessee Central Earthquake Consortium and we left one travel bug.
Temps today are low 80's with cloud coverage and 20 percent humidity! Beautiful. Saw gas for $3.13 again...you guessed it...didn't need it!
We crossed into Arkansas as virgins…neither of us had ever been to this state…very cool.
We passed thru cities like Olive Branch, Forrest ...
... in Tennessee, headed west towards Little Rock, the land flattened, and speed increased, but the trucks did too! Jake and I counted and averaged 20 trucks a minute. That's 1,200 trucks an hour, wow. In one section, right after leaving a rest stop, I felt like I'd never left, because I was completely surrounded. Thankfully, as I've said before, all these guys know how to drive, so ...