Hampton Inn Tulsa / Broken Arrow
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... essentials only, leaving all else locked in the boot of the car. Apart from the smell, the facilities were astounding, the bed sheet wouldn't keep anyone covered in the smallest of beds we had yet to experience, the fag burned cover a little flimsy with its pancake pillows. The one towel we had was thread bare and torn and there was a hole in the curtain with a piece of orange paper stuck over it. We had a much needed drink, a chill choc cocktail was on the cards ...
... the town of Radiator Springs. In both Missouri and Kansas there is evidence of financial struggles for businesses, with many closed, including the famous Soda Fountain in Baxter Springs, which is now some sort of tertiary learning centre. This was a real disappointment as inside you could see the place completely decked out as it would have been in the days when this sort of place would have been the social hub of the town. It ...
... come across one that warns not to travel if you are over a certain height (we aren't) and a certain width (we are) but it is unclear as to where this applies and where you can go if you are indeed too wide.. So we pulled off the road and have staked out other vehicles from the side of the road to check what everyone else is doing. The people we asked, including a truck driver, had no idea what the restrictions meant so we are going to give it a go and see what happens... Will let you ...
... I was simply trying to do my best. It just goes to show that the band members of Def Leppard are of a different breed. They care very much about those around them and do everything they can to make you feel welcome. I truly could not have asked for a better group of guys (Band and crew) to be a part of. I am now a member of the Def Leppard family.
... of course.
By 6PM we stopped our reorganizing and realized we'd not eaten all day; we'd not even sat down since we exited the coach. Whew! This traveling stuff is tiring work! Then John said, "Hey Hon, I know what we should do tonight," he said with a wink...
All in all, we had a wonderful trip...and we are glad to be back home!!
Happy Trails to all our friends!
Sue and John