BEST WESTERN Medical Center Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Up at 3:15 so we can head out. Our day will end in Aurora at my friend Mara's home. I'm very excited to see her since its been a year since we saw one another. Can't wait to have a good visit! As we came out of Capulin NM towards Raton you could see the mountains ahead of us. There were also lots of antelope out. The temp so ...
... a site on the lake/river all to ourselves. We enjoyed a full moon that night as well. The water was delightful and the views inspiring, although we found that when the wind died we were inundated with swarms of gnats. That probably explains why most of the partying stayed out on boats moored together in the lake. The "sardines" were arriving with their boats and 4-wheelers as we pulled out across the famed London Bridge - I still don't get it, ...
... wallet is quickly filing up with plastic. How ironic that on Easter Sunday we passed the Jesus is Lord truck stop and travel plaza and it had gone bankrupt!
By the way you can find the route 66 theme song on U tube, I was sure it was Henry Mancini but you never have to wonder or be wrong these days, except whether to spell bare or bear as in not bear repeating, as long as you are in a Wifi zone that is, or are rich enough ( we aren't) to afford a cross border data ...
... arch which almost encapsulates the entire city and is quite something! Built in 1965, this 900 ton (192m) architecturally designed structure was built to symbolize the movement toward the mighty West. After painstakingly trying to find free parking in the city, we grit our teeth and paid the $4 parking fee so we could get some pics in front of the almighty arch...only to realize that its near impossible to get someone in the photo with the structure in its entirety as the ...
... the road and the railroad tracks were side-by-side. Sometimes they were on the left, sometimes on the right, weaving back and forth beneath us, staying with us, like a traveling companion/tour guide all the way to Amarillo. And all along the way it was clear that moving things by rail is how they do it in Texas.
As we left Dallas, we saw prairies. The views would have been exceptional but for the massive and countless power lines. And half ...