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September 28th – day 147
Check out here is 2pm so we weren't in
a hurry to leave. Using the time to catch up on the internet and
blogging etc... instead. But we left just after lunch and headed west
towards Paris TX. This is a little town with a big name and so they
have their own Eiffel Tower much smaller but still very cute and
topped with a Stetson. We stopped there for half an hour and took
photos before continuing ...
... with me, although in my opinion this is of paramount imortance since we are in the state! What is that?
Then we followed it all up with the best guacamole and mexican food ever! They gave us three different kinds of salsa with gluten free chips and queso sauce for free! Then they gave us dessert for free too! Best restaurant ever! Yum Yum! No better way to end the day after working up an appetite climbing all over the rocks.
... 5 years. He ultimately retired from the Army while there. I was in the second class to graduate from Eisenhower High School and have to admit that I had a great time during that period. Not much has changed in the town except for the replacement of a number of the buildings with newer ones such as Walmart and Costco, etc. The main streets are still Gore St, Fort Sill St, and Cache St although the roads are much wider than in 1966.
We again ...
... Travails." Rick and I are departing from DFW and the Karpies from Rochester, NY. We will meet up in the morning in Madrid for the final flight to Athens. We are all packed light to carry on. Well....Ricks bag too big to carry on. No biggie just checked it. We are off to Madrid . After a rice stuffed portobello mushroom for dinner and watching The Imitation Game that I highly recommend (Rick watched Whiplash). 3 Advil PM later and we are in ...
Went to OK for my husbands basic training graduation. Small little town. Oklahoma City was near by. We didn't get to explore much because everything was fast pace. It was by far one of the happiest times by far though. Seeing him after a couple months and watching him graduate from basic, starting his career in the US ...