Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Pratt
Travel Blogs from Pratt
Today was an all around good day. I got to ride with David Stassi and Sam Johnson who are two of the funniest guys on the team. I got to laugh the majority of the way but then when we were put into a time crunch we really hammered out the last thirty miles and completed the ride in its entirity. Dog tired we went to a friendship vist where I talked alit with a man ...
... slaughter houses and smells that would make a billy goat throw up. The smell throughout most of Kansas was a very pungent combination of cattle urine, feces and slaughter houses. I almost lost it a couple of times when riding behind a truck that was full of cattle. My clothes even smell like Kansas. I've managed to stay off major interstates and stick to mostly back roads. There is so much to see if you stay off the main highways. There were a ...
Day one complete. The route we took was Hot Springs, Forth Smith, Tulsa, Sand Springs, Wichita and finished at the 1st rest stop we could find. After driving through Oklahoma and part of Kansas I can see why people once believe the world was flat. Not a hill or a mound in sight, great farming land though! The roads were often long, straight as an arrow and ...
... so we left it in their care for an hour or so.
The guy there wasn't 3,000 years old so he checked us in in about 4 minutes. Piece of ****.
Soon as we got the car back we hit the road and eventually wound up intersecting with Route 66, that famous road you've all heard of, and coming across this bad ...
Spotted this en route
Turns out it was some gas station / soda plant, selling pretty much every drink ever made
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility