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... leather boots. Our waiter from earlier arrived and introduced us to his barely 18 year old fiancée (he's 26) and her twin who was now dating their lesbian friend who the fiancée had been previously engaged to. Real Texan relationship! We got a round of the worst shots we've ever had. Potently strong with 4 different spirits and about triple the normal shot size. Straight away we almost hurled and struggled for next 5 mins. The fiancee ...
... was without a doubt the display @ Groom, Tx. created by one man to memorialize the crucifixion of Christ. His bronze statuary was truly magnificent. I am sure the pics that Rhonda and I were able to take do nothing to display the true beauty of the artform and what was obviously a love of one man's God and his reverence for his Christ. I hope the pictures that Rhonda and I took can in some way at least display some of the beauty of this man's creation.
... if you can eat it in 60 minutes. We declined and instead opted for an 18oz steak to share…..that was more than enough for the both of us (though we did opt for a single portion of carrot cake to go, not realising that it would feed a family of 8. I think that will last us at least 4 days!)
2. The second reason was a little more serious than fun. Sirens started sounding outside at 11pm warning of imminent tornado hit in ...
... you believe we got exactly the same room we had last September! Next door to us was a guy driving a 50 Ford Fairlane, who was driving Route 66, very nice car. When we entered the restaurant there was 3 people trying the 72 oz Steak challenge, 2 guys and one woman. Can you believe the woman succeeded with over 9 minutes to spare and was then asking for dessert! We decided to try a steak for dinner, very nice, was well stuffed when finished! Miles ridden today - ...
... got our number) asking if he can pray for us (no jokes!). Did I mention that this area is actually known as the "bible belt"? Our next destination was Amarillo which would signal our pass through into Texas. I must say we had quite a mare with directions today, where our usual handy road-side Route 66 travel companion book wasn't as helpful and even confused our GPS! Nevertheless, we managed to get ourselves here in one piece, managing to stop in at the extremely well ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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