Hampton Inn Abilene
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Campsite Site #54 - Texas State Park with site water, electric, & dump station nearby. Stayed two nights Notes - Well maintained park with clean restrooms & showers. - Spacious campsites. - Beside campsites, the park has screened shelter & a few yurts for rent. - There are short nature trails throughout the park. - Lots of large trees. - Very tame deer & their fawns. • A lot of small feral hogs. - Not many campsites were occupied during the ...
... cut very thinly then fried like chips. Yummy doesn't even come close! John bought a cowboy hat which he had custom rolled and shaped. He claimed he felt pretty silly in shorts and sneakers and that hat. "What a touron!" Was his description even though he looked handsome to me. The lady who sold the hat to him asked where we were from. When I replied Maryland she exclaimed "Honey, what are you doing all the way down here?" Cows. I honestly think being at an ...
... with a few technical spots thrown in. Cornering is definitely a skill that will pay off for you at this race. Not sure what happened for me but I started getting dropped on the start loop. I chased and chased, but never could make contact with the leaders again. I blame the hotel stay! It was pretty hot out there during the day, though, so I was happy to have air conditioning to sleep in. Next year maybe we will check out Abilene State ...
... Austin was SO AWESOME. There were so many aisles of yummy food. This lady who works there told us that they have an open container license starting at noon. SO MUCH BETTER THAN WEGMANS!!!!!!!!! After saying some of the toughest goodbyes to my friends, we headed out to Abilene! We passed by a lot of small towns and an abandoned town- Rising Star, TX. It was super creepy ...
It was so nice to sleep in. Today we explored Dallas. We were here on the last trip but didn't get a chance to walk around. Our first stop was in the Deep Ellum neighborhood. What a funky place. There were the sculptures there that I saw on Roadside America. They were so cool. It was called "The Traveling Man". There were three installations. He was so cute.
Went to the Covention Center to see "Cattle ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility