Baymont Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... the fords (rivers running over the road) at high speed coating the car in mud. Leaving the park a familiar red and blue flashing light filled the rear view mirror. Cursing, josh pulled over and heard the same words of being clocked speeding. Somehow the guy luckily gave sympathy over us being English and after a 10 minute chat about his travels to Europe (something very rare for a texan) we managed to get out of it without any fine. From our chat with the officer we decided ...
... Tiny Texola was the last town before hitting Texas and then into another state we go!! Shamrock was next on the list with lots of signs for their american football team the 'fighting Irish' they had shamrocks painted on all the streets which was cool. Went to visit the devils rope museum in McClean but it was closed grrrr all these towns seem to just sleep on a Sunday. On route to Jericho we stopped off at a rest area which ...
... flags, and garage doors proclaiming patriotic platitudes. The drive to the airport confirmed that we were on the wrong side of town, and Albuquerque did not make a favorable impression - flat, dry, and dusty. But Santa Fe, nestled at the foot of the mountains (the flanks of which were being devoured by a huge fire!), was a trendy little shoppers paradise on the famed Route 66. I wondered around the jewelry stores that carry a bewildering array ...
... out of the three boys... After dinner and a drink at the bar in the restaurant, we headed up the road to a local bar, to have a few drinks, learn a few moves on how to dance Texas style... after an hour or so, a few of us called it a night and walked back to our hotel... we certainly knew when everyone else got back at 2:30am... aahh the joys of travelling... anyway thats all for now... see y'all next in Arlington, ...
... the state with a huge building for the Headquarters of the Quarter Horse Association and signs advertising Angus and Bulls for sale. In previous states we passed the old fashioned windmills in open fields, but in Texas they are still plentiful in the grazing paddocks for powering pumps for watering the herds.
We had passed a sign several times on the road that designated the road we were traveling " Purple Heart Trail." Curious ...