Howard Johnson Bunkie LA
Travel Blogs from Bunkie
One week from today I will walk out of the office, start running around like crazy because I just remembered things I still need to get done and then start packing. Saturday I'll check and recheck my list of things I want to make sure I take....camera, phone charger, tablet, plenty of underwear, sunscreen, sunglasses.....then feel horrible because it will be time to drop Cartman off for boarding. Then it will be early ...
... no hot water! Surprise of the day, we only had to pay $7/night...for the life of us, we can't figure out how the office came up with that figure. Sherry, the good person that she is, tried explaining the math, but they insisted. $14. Ok. Thanks. We like Louisiana math but I don't think I should try using it at work! ;-) Early night tonight. Long road trip tomorrow, will be gone by daybreak. Next stop, Roswell, New Mexico! Will be on the lookout for aliens!!! Thanks for ...
... on Booker (she was being too quiet)...and there she was, holding every dollar of our accumulated cash in her little hands WITH THE WINDOWS WIDE OPEN! I very calmly (so as not to startle her) asked her if she thought it was a good idea to be playing with the money with the windows down. She innocently looked up at me and said, "I'm just looking at all of the presidents faces". That was pretty scary and priceless at the same ...
After we had cleaned up the dishes and all, we drove the mile and a half to the entry area and added a third day to our stay. We tried to do it yesterday, but the woman there said that they couldn't do it until the day of the night of the extended stay. Whatever that means... Sounds like a government plan to me. With that done, however we started our hike on the Nature Trail right near the "Smokey Bear" sign ...
Our drive yesterday was only about a hundred fifty miles, but the confusion for the last several miles made it longer. We got a start, early, late, no matter in the morning and headed through Jasper, TX quickly, since it's so small. The highways varied from nice four laners to narrow, shoulderless pathways. In Texas, they have frequent Picnic Areas, which are great for lunching, or just for a break. The sign shows up at a mile beforehand. However, it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center