Days Inn Lumberton
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a local Texas barbecue joint--"finally!" per Milo our meat eater. Afterward, we swam in the hotel pool.
We didn't even take any pictures today. Is there nothing interesting to report? Perhaps. Just south of here is a place called "Nederland", which is the Dutch way of spelling "Netherlands" and was founded by Dutch settlers. Still, however, ...
... boarded up all over the place, so we couldn’t even tell which houses were still lived in and which ones were vacant. Then, a few blocks later, it turned into the French Quarter, full of little shops, art galleries, and lots of people. We also noticed that there were a lot of homeless people. Lots of them had animals as well, asking for water and food. We often associate New Orleans with Mardi Gras and Bourbon Street, but sometimes we forget ...
... at the house, we did laundry and packed some more things. About 4pm we drove back out to Camping World only to be told that it had taken longer than they thought. Apparently the person who told us to come back at 4 did not really know what she was talking about because the person working on "G/G" told us that it is normally a 9-10 hr job and he could not finish it on Tuesday but it would be finished on Wednesday by 9 am. So now we have a major problem since the ...
This is the first stop in Texas. The picture is of a bunch of Latino kids in soccer practice adjacent to the train station. It is probably fitting for the new Texas that they say is turning brown and blue. Some characters on the train today. A woman who was loudly protesting that the stop at Lafayette, LA was not a "smoke stop". She was having a really hard time going more than ...
... next weekend, we watched an old film from the 80s, from the evil dead series that I love, called army of darkness. It was hyped up before I saw it, but it did not disappoint. It was still an awesomely bad movie. I also attended a few of the local toastmaster clubs to see if I would be interested to join here. I had joined at my previous job, and think it helped me open up a little bit and get more comfortable with taking ...