Hampton Inn Ft. Worth - Southwest I-20
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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- The morning after we traveled to TCU, the coach gave us a tour of the facilities as well as the campus.
- It was a amazing campus, the facilities were nice and the people had a nice southern feel.
- After the tour they served us lunch and after that we sold our socks . We made $125.
- For dinner, we ate at Whataburger. I spent ...
- In the morning, we filled up the tank, and bought ice and water before we set off to TCU
- First we traveled 251 miles to Pecos, TX we spent $46.77 on gas
- Next we traveled 245 miles to Abilene, TX, we spent $45.66
- Finally we traveled 150 miles to Fort Worth, TX where TCU is. ...
... chips and salsa, beans and Mexican potatoes. Really good. The owner was from TCU and invited us to visit his other restaurant across the street "Joe T. Garcia's." This place can seat 1,600 people in a garden setting. Reminded me of the Kapok Tree in a Safety Harbor. I could see having dinner here.
Due to the owners idea, we next visited the campus of Texas Christian University. Another pretty tree lined campus but with a main road right in ...
Our 2014 Hawkins Family Vacation ended safely upon our return home after 4 AM early Wednesday morning. It was long drive through the sands of west Texas but nothing beats the blessing of a safe delivery to a still-standing and working home.
Our final tally was 15 days, 3,571 miles traveled and over 82 hours in the car.
Thanks for sharing our journey.
... scale operations...big business...as opposed to small family farms. We could drive for miles and never see a house. And unlike yesterday, we didn't see another power plant the rest of the way to Ft. Worth. We did, however, see thousands and thousands of wind turbines. Some were near the roadside, some on flat-top hills and others way off in the distance, faintly visible through a dim haze.
Midday we arrived in Abilene. I wanted to see this town that was immortalized ...