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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... recommended a restaurant where we had the nicest meal so far this trip, just pasta but great. Then we just had to go in this real dodgy looking bar to meet the locals, it was great, just a few plastic tables and some back woods type folk, all beards and overalls. Everyone was really nice though once we could see them through the thick fog of cigarette smoke! Back to the hotel and shower, forgotten how awful that smell is on your ...
... s automotive body and paint shop.
Having taken our quota of photos we headed off for dinner. As we were in Texas, Tim was keen to sample his first steak of the trip so there was only one possible place we could go - Big Vern's Steakhouse! A 12oz ribeye later Tim's steak craving was satisfied and we happily headed home to digest and plan our schedule for tomorrow. A big sightseeing day is ahead of us......
Check out the cool pictures. This building, truck and overweight but handsome guy were the basis of a movie. (Okay the overweight but handsome guy is not the basis of any movie except maybe " Nista, when are you due?" or "How to eat across Route 66 and gain a pound or two a ...
Very windy. Very traumatic second day of driving home. The wind is unnerving to us. Had to stop at a rest area in TX to regroup and rest for a couple of hours. Found a Days Inn in Elk City, OK. Finally able to reach Joe and Sara with the news. All ...
... the dorms and several academic buildings. The students that go here are very blessed to have such a beautiful campus. We were all quite impressed.
As we were driving through Arkansas on our way to the Christ of the
Ozarks we stopped to see a turtle in the road. It was so cute and we
were happy that the driver ahead of us was getting out of his car to
move the turtle to safer ground. Right ...