Americas Best Value Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... desk, they said that it was just an earthquake. They evidently get them all the time. I'm glad they're used to them, but it sure made us jump.
We were only a few miles out of town, and the road outside our hotel had become actual Route 66, part of the original route. We were only traveling on about 20 miles of it, but there were a few places we could stop for souvenirs. The first place was called Pops, ...
... jail. This building was completed in 1890 and was "built to last and last and last" since it is the original building. At one time it was "...one of the finest incarceration facilities in North Texas." It is now being restored and will be used as a museum.
By this time it was after noon so we stopped at the local DQ for a snack. Then it was on to Mount Vernon via some very back roads. But first, we just had to go ...
... who took us down some back streets towards the Notre Dame.
Was our last night with the group, had a drink together before saying our goodbyes. Unfortunately the hotel was so massive that we lost touch with everyone unless we happened to be at breakfast at the same time, such a shame because we had such fun with them all.
... Hugo. My main issue was deciding between the Early Bird Breakfast and the Angie’s Super Breakfast. The Super won out…scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits & gravy, and hash brown casserole. Holy moly, it was delicious.
After they dropped us back off at the lot to get ready for the show, we had barely stepped into our home when the skies opened up and poured down rain on us. It was rather unfortunate because we’re ...
... for a starter, then a hefty 12 oz. steak with roast vegetables and ask for a glass of red wine. The waiter somewhat nervously explains that they didn't realise they needed a license to sell booze so they've stopped doing that now but a moment later comes back to offer me a glass on the house... I guess selling wine is illegal without a license but, hey, give it away and that's fine! What a wonderful world we live in. When I asked for the bill, they didn't so much ...