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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... apart from each other. It's called Cadillac Ranch. It is just outside of Amarillo TX. The man that did it passed away last year according to our hotel clerk.
If you ever travel I-4 towards Lakeland. You will see an attempt to copy the Cadillac Ranch's idea with Airstream Trailers. There are only 6 Airstreams and they appear ...
... the plains of Kansas, Nebraska, and even eastern Colorado, we try not to complain about the trees & rolling hills of eastern Oklahoma & Arkansas, but it's still not terribly exciting. No activities for today, just drove from 1 hotel to the next. We are getting closer to home and starting to think about what needs to be ...
... around Bricktown, a trendy shopping district with a water canal similar to San Antonio, and to visit the Okla City Memorial that commemorates the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah building in 1995. We're hoping to see that at night as it appears they light the individual chairs that represent each person killed that day and it looks very powerful. We found Bricktown this evening and it was terrific. Lots of live music and a good ice cream shop. The canal, ...
... have little or no facilities. We stayed at one of the few that does have flush toilets and showers :-) While here we hiked, sat in the river...well, fought in the current to stay in one spot in the river, and had time to do some reading and relaxing. We had no cell service at our campground and only spotty service at other areas of the park, which was just fine with us! On the way into the park, we hit the local grocery store for something ...
Today was my second time on sweep, this time alongside Alicia and this time for the second of our three centuries we will complete on this trip. The first 35 miles or so were a breeze. Alicia and I chatted, took numerous pee breaks, and just took our time getting to the first lunch. We caught up with Christine and her group, who happened to be on their second flat of the day. Once she finished that up, we all cruised into lunch as a group. It was then that ...