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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... covered in salad dressing. I am starting to look like a vagabond! Free car museum on route - all sorts to see and lots of juke boxes. Billboards advertising "Free 72oz Steak". I think if you eat it all without throwing-up, you don't have to pay. I do not feel like attempting that challenge. That's 4.5lbs of meat!!!! Starting to get fidgety and bored in the car. Jonathan keeps plugging on and I keep looking around. Back in Texas as there are a lot of cows. Still amazed at the ...
... behind us....Hmmmmmm. It looked like a bomb went off with the huge billows of smoke roaring from the plains. Fire and water trucks coming from ALL directions. The wind wasn't helping.
So, I sat on the shoulder trying to engineer in my mind how this was going to go down....maybe I can unload the boats and the basket and get it bent back up enough to stay until I can get it to town and find a REAL welder to fix it. Nope, took the ******** ...
... in the Hill Country just west of San Antonio. Much to consider.
We landed after 5 PM in Wichita Falls, TX, had a late dinner and will be off to bed soon. Tomorrow we have another long day and will leave early in hopes to be able to do a little sightseeing through the eastern side of Texas and down through Louisiana.
I have stolen a photo from Wiki of the volcano. Didn't want to leave the photos album empty. ...
Slept in since we went to bed late. Drove over to the Oklahoma truck stop for breakfast. This time we took photos at the border signs. I ordered a stack of 3 pancakes with maple syrup and was surprised to receive pancakes as large as a dinner plate and really thick. Could only eat half. All our meals were really cheap. Took Linda June back to her house ...
We always knew that Texas was a huge state. That much is obvious. But it seems dauntingly large when you are driving through it. New Orleans to Austin was okay. Houston was gross, but no big deal to get through knowing we had Austin to look forward to. We were trying to map out our route from Austin to Santa Fe, which is quite a hike. I had texted my friend Stacy, who is from Texas, to ...