Best Western Post Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... over the seat in front of me. Brother Coyote was making a break for Graham's or Ector County Coliseum, apparently that was not in the approved flight plan. Sat on the runway while the MAF critter police ran him off, or shot him. So starting the trip off with a kill and a thirty minute delay. Only in West ...
... was otherwise attentive and we did enjoy the pizza. It's nice to see a local business grow and thrive for so many years.
After filling up on pizza, we headed to the Buddy Holly Center to learn more about his life. The place was pretty busy. As well as seeing the Buddy Holly artifacts and memorabilia, we heard a lot of talk about last night's ...
... which would have been very easy for us to get to. Unfortunately, Sir Paul became ill and cancelled several concerts. The Lubbock concert was rescheduled for a Thursday night in October, which meant that we had to take time off work to go, but we were not going to miss it. We had great seats--on the floor, seventh row from the front and right on one of the center aisles. Just a great view. Most of the people around stood for most ...
... we are going. He helped me understand that we will be traveling to 4 different states over there. I thought it was interesting that he referred to us renting our dive gear as hiring our dive gear. It's now close to midnight Cbad time. We are getting close to boarding for our 14 hour flight from LA to Brisbane. Tired, but not sleepy. Hope the sleepy kicks in is a ...
... the help of a couple of panadol plus a light sedative, we actually managed to sleep pretty well.
Next morning breakfast around 9ish, and I'm afraid I went back to bed to sleep some more!
Paul had gone to the observation carriage, and he came to get me.
Views had changed a bit more as the train climbed up the Rockies.
Lunch again in the dining car very nice, then ...