Holiday Inn Express Lufkin South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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classed as my "Home Park" this gives us the privilege of having to pay only
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... they were working we could give input on the work being done in real time. 4- Everyone is very polite, honest and informative and basically makes us feel important. 5- The campground is very adequate....it's a parking lot but in our experience a very pleasant place to be when waiting for maintenance. And we have something in common with most everyone here----we have a ...
Now we are back to the Foretravel Birthing Center and Maintenance Facility. The "campground" here is a big paved area around the factory. It's a beautiful, sunny day here in the low 80's and there are lots of people here either waiting for birth or getting maintenance. It's nice to be somewhere....now we have a check engine light on...we can still move but the Silverleaf says we have a bad sensor somewhere and ...
... with those who were there and then we were off for an approximate 2/10 of a mile ride to a parking lot around the corner where we loaded the bikes in the trailer and then drove for an hour or so to a spot where we unloaded the bicycles and rode and rode. It was hot and hilly. Bonnie rode until lunch and then Sarah rode for another stretch and she got in the van. I rode a short ride in the ...