Hampton Inn & Suites Childress
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Childress
... at about mile 8 we started to give out - it was hard work! I had read on the internet that the Lower Loop was 9 miles, but something was telling us that could not be right, given where we were. So, we decided to take the road back - we had crossed the road a few times on the ride, and knew (from the internet info) that this should be an easier way back. Well, we took the wrong road. It was up hill and down hill, and ...
... and then set off.
We rode the streets for a while (yeah we're cool) then hit the Riverwalk going north. There were hardly any people there, and the riding was smooth, and not too hot (shocking I know). We stopped at the Japanese Tea Garden (the sign said Chinese - really, during WWII you had to change it?!?), walked around a bit, then went on. We rode north as far as Central Market on Broadway and Hildebrand, where ...
... Antonio TX. 210-490-9220
After talking with Faelyn , come to find out, the GBF gets lots of requests for help from special forces families dealing with issues around cancer as well as the trauma of war.
Riding with a great group on the 4th of July, Independence Day, to help raise money to help families all over this country be independent again. What can be better?
... Teriyaki chicken. We only needed to buy one plate and we shared. I bought a new wallet from Wandering Cowboys in the River Centre of which I had to narrow it down from about 6 I liked. It was hard but I'm happy I did it. It cost me $42.22. On our way back we had an American chocolate chip cookie which was all gooey like I had when I was deployed. We passed The Alamo and went through all of the tourist parts. It reminded us of Niagra Falls with business like Ripleys ...
... farms I observed.
Conveniently, I found myself in Amarillo right around early dinner time, which meant I had a moral obligation to stop at the famous Big Texan Steak Ranch, known for offering a free 72 oz. steak to anyone who can finish it in one sitting. Despite expectations to the contrary from several of my FB friends, this was not an option for me. Lowana and I had also dined here during our last pass through this area 20 ...