Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Midland, Texas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... even to me, and finally fun time watching Kentucky Derby at Tennis Racquet Club including Mint Juleps and delicious BBQ. Mostly great conversations with Liz, Texas born and raised with artistic side along with being warm and intelligent and Nick, petroleum attorney and business owner. Nick and Tom had lots to talk ...
... br> After dinner we got some gas in the car to make sure it was filled up for our drop off T the airport. We happened to see this Stonehenge in the University of Texas Permain Basin campus and decided to take a look. Surely it was a replica of the Stonehenge in the UK. Of course, the Flats have a picture taken there as well.
Everyone is exhausted after driving. 300 miles today so we headed back to the hotel to pack for our trip home.
... down a hill. I have been in Houston so long that I have forgotten what it is like to drive in hills. And so the fun begins. So the guy in front of me goes fast up hills, slow down hills, and brakes about every 30 seconds. Then I see a sign for deer crossing. Being from Northern Michigan I know what to do- check the right shoulder every few seconds for glowing deer eyes. So I'm ...
Whats the one thing you never want to happen before you leave on a trip? You dont want to be sick, and yet thats exactly where I am this morning. Praying that we can get meds and get everyone well before we leave. The last thing we want to do is travel while feeling bad, or worse yet to get someone else sick while on our ...
Today we experienced dramatic changes in weather and landscape. We went from the heat of a desert to snowy mountains (8650ft - 2600m), from a sand storm to a rain and snow storm, from pristine untouched white sand dunes to the endless thousands of rigs pumping black oil.
White Sands National Monument really surpised us. We hesitated to visit this place at first, but changed our minds once we saw the incredibly white dunes in the distance. The sand is mostly made of gypsum, which ...