Hampton Inn & Suites Abilene I-20
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Travel Blogs from Abilene
... Lake Abilene, which is part of the park but sits across the county road from the main part, is suffering from the recent drouth and is extremely low. - We rode our mountain bikes around part the lake on the hiking & bike trail. The trail consists of mostly old jeep or gravel roads. Very exposed for the most part. - Park rents kayaks. We saw a few people kayaking out on the red lake water. Weather: hot - high 90’s during the day to mid 70’s at ...
... strong enough to make the flags flutter. The jokes were the same as all rodeos except for when a family from Pennsylvania was identified by the announcer and he welcomed them to America! He later claimed that "Texas has farm roads bigger than your state!" The food was what you would expect at a Texas rodeo: pulled pork, brisket, sausages, (all smoked not barbecued as we define it), cotton candy. The best treat on the menu though was ribbon fries which is a ...
For the Bent Wheel Bash, there was camping on location available but nothing with hookups. Jeremy wasn't too keen on sleeping without air conditioning so we opted to stay in a hotel for this race. By next year we will have a generator to solve the AC without hookups issue. The race was good and everyone had a lot of fun. The course is at a police training center. I've never raced past fields of broken glass before, lol. The course is ...
Getting back into the road trip mindset was easy, but leaving Austin was incredibly difficult. Again, thank you so much to the Hootkins, the Chans, the Wongs (and Allan!) and my friends!! I will miss you all a lot :( Before we left for Whole Foods, Mrs. Hootkins baked us a whole pan of brownies, from scratch. She even gave us the glass pan and towel! Hahaha The Whole Foods ...
... way we saw an old town that fronts I-20.(Putnum, TX) It looked like a movie set. Plus a steak restaurant with a cattle auction building attached to it. Talk about 'Farm to Table'!
Tomorrow is an early day. Hope to leave by 645-7am to drive 5 hrs. to Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Since going there 2 years ago, I can hardly believe we get to go back again. The kids and I are so happy we get to take Tom!
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking