Baymont Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... highly favored and blessed! They provide a free mobile phone SIM card withe the bible. That was fantastic. This is all funded with Betty Swann Ministry as well as the entire ministry. We prayed with their team and God really proved His power that night. It NEVER surprises me to see people we go into the mission field (being Christians) to burn with excitement and saying " I want more and More shows up in great manifestations". It ...
... There is even less traffic around than in previous days and we travelled the frontage road in complete isolation. We stopped at Stop signs for no reason. So Texas, how is it different from Oklahoma? Hard to describe the huge open expanses of prairie, you read about it, you see it on TV but nothing quite prepares you for the hugeness of it. Prairie as far as the eye can see, fairly flat with odd rock formations appearing out of nowhere. The Big Texan ...
... br> After breakfast we needed a pick me up so went to a huge cowboy store that’s sells EVERYTHING cowboy!! Beyers did well here, he finally got some cowboy boots, it didn’t stop there he also got some jeans and a shirt!! All kitted out we to the mall in search of a cinema. We found one and an awesome popcorn shop, every flavour under the sun! The cinema was only $1.80 each, so so cheap! We watched ‘The Internship’ which was ...
... on its side on the shoulder of the road. We finally arrived at Amarillo at 1:30 pm after driving 287 miles. We were thankful that we had called ahead because our GPS systems would have given a much more complicated way to get there. Instead we took exit 62B and the park was only 3/4 mile down the road. It rained pretty hard our first night ...
... road with accompanying music. Great photos and dioramas of the 30's to the 80's. Old cars, gas station paraphernalia, pictures of road institutions: diners, motels, gas stations....Bought souvenirs. Going to be difficult to pack all this stuff on the bike. And I'm less than one third there!
The next stop was the Devil's Rope Museum, a tribute to barbed wire. But also so much more: a history of the development of cowboys ...