La Quinta Inn & Suites Bridgeport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... so we drove out of town and stopped in at Fort Ric******* State Park and Historic Site. There were not very many people there and one of the park rangers latched on to us and proceeded to give us a guided tour which they don't normally do on Saturday. After we were able to shake him, we continued to walk around the fort and look in all the buildings, but it was hot and dusty, so we didn't linger outside very long.
... hole where I got 6 or 8, but those two didn't make a lot of difference.
Since it was 3:30 by the time we finished, we decided to grab a bite to eat. Bob wanted to go to Panda Express so off we went. After "lunner" we returned "home" and have been relaxing and napping ever since. Not sure what we'll do tomorrow. Maybe we'll go in search of Billy the Kid or dinosaurs. Guess we'll make that decision in the ...
... me to our spot. Harley had jumped out of the coach by now and the man, being quite the dog lover, asked if I had a leash so he could walk Harley to the spot while I moved the coach. He cemented the friendship with a large dog biscuit.
We pulled in and noticed that the grass next to the coach was quite muddy. This place got 2" of rain in about 30 minutes two days ago so it was no wonder. The man agreed that this might not be the best space and moved us over ...
... on Nov. 22, 1963. It gave you a very poignant feeling to look out of the corner window on the sixth floor down to where the President was shot in his motorcade driving along Elm Street. On the way out of town we stopped to see the famous Mustangs of Las Colinas in Irving, TX -- realistic bronze sculptures of wild mustangs galloping across a granite stream, reputed to be the largest equestrian sculpture in the ...
... We looked around there for a bit before we ate. We all had something different, but I stuck with their brisket. Fantastic! We even had some left for dinner. Upon returning to town, we stopped at Walmart to walk off lunch. Back at the hotel, we played a full game of dominos. Then split up until morning. The plan is to leave in the morning right after breakfast, so we'll be home mid afternoon. This has been a good couple of days and hopefully mom & dad have made some good ...