Hampton Inn Midland TX
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... begins with George Washington and follows history over time. This library features the First Ladies as well as the Presidents. Dolls dressed as replicas of the gowns worn to the inaugural balls and the collection of Presidential documents and artifacts were very interesting.
Jim ended the evening relaxing with Rudy and a can of Lone Star beer as we waited for another thunderstorm to pass. Jim has logged over 2200 miles and we will finally leave Texas ...
... This reminded me -too late - that we had planned on finding the bakery that invented the "cronut" A good reason for another trip. We were very happy to meet up for our last show, "An American in Paris" with another of Alex's former Pickwick friends (Vassar) and his older sister who is a member of the Dance theatre of Harlem. This worked out great as the show prominently features dance! I was able to get a dance professionals opinion of the show. It just opened this week ...
Drove to Midland, Tx. And stopped for the night. Very boring. I still hate Texas. Midland, boyhood home of George W. Bush. Before we left Bossier, we stopped at Southern Maid Donuts. World famous and a must have while visiting Louisiana. Similar to Krispy Kreme, and just as delicious. Elvis only made one commercial in his lifetime. It was for Southern ...
... Stillness not overrated for sleeping. On ship TV played the first season of Game of Thrones and I watched them all. Still not fond of Ned's Death scene. So Monday everyone just hung out at the bar all day and then we went to the Captains reception. Hilarity ensued and had trouble not laughing too much. The Captain has a theme song they play when he walks in... like Hail to the Chief but with dramatic sailing ...
As usual just getting out of Midland is the most difficult part of the journey. Leave on time? if your not on Southwest, forget it. I have never been on a flight where the take off has been aborted. Just as we began to take off the pilot hit the brakes and aborted. If I had eaten breakfast it would have ...