Hampton Inn San Angelo
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... the States it safe to say we've been back once or twice since!! Austin had a really cool, laid back feel to the place with a great music scene and some of the best BBQ joints anywhere. We visited the state capital building (tallest in the USA) and the famous bridge where millions of bats live. Jen and Ian took us around town showing us some of the more obscure sights like the Broken Spoke boot scoot'en dance hall. Jen even took us out of town to a shopping mall so ...
OK, so here the day is in a nutshell:
Before Bob could return the car this morning, he had to defrost the windows. The temperature dropped to about 30 last night. This morning as we were preparing to depart Lubbock, the temp was about 45. We left the campground about 9:45 and drove to the Flying J for gas and propane. Then we were on the road. San Angelo is about 200 miles south of Lubbock on US 87.
This part of Texas is considered ...
... his title of Baron so he could become a US citizen. He bought hundred of thousands of acres of Texas, but was credited with helping the Indians get established and flourish, instead of getting kicked out and starving to death as is the tragic story too many times. I would have retained the title Baron, and carried a diamond studded walking stick. Yeah.
We're at the San Angelo State Part - huge, but the lake dried up, the river stopped flowing, ...
... truckies if it was safe to continue as we were having great difficulty in maintaining a straight line whilst driving as the RV is quite light and has the top which just gets pushed around like a toy, they said it will hail but not at childress, so we decided to continue as we had booked accommodation in a hotel last night, thank god for that decision as sleeping in the RV tonight through a severe thunderstorm would have been frightening.
San Angelo is a larger town than we knew. There are many oil wells along the way. We chose to take US 67 all the way home because it leads to Midlothian. Had discovered that 67 runs all the way from Presidio to northern Illinois almost to the Wisconsin border. We tried to get a campsite in the State Park ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services