La Quinta Inn & Suites Fairfield
Travel Blogs from Fairfield
... hosted the Newtons with Sarah and Elizabeth when they visited Texas many moons ago.
There were so many more people we met - Matt and Ruth Bittinger who were involved in organising the camp, Ruth's sister Sarah Jane and parents Garth and Kerry Maier. Garth seemed to enjoy giving the kids some curry on the basketball court and they appreciated his humour!
Daniel & Melinda - Melinda was baptised in November 2013 and became interested in ...
... to finally say I've been to Texas, until we hit traffic. It took us 2 hours just to skirt the city. The roads are shaped like a spider web and we were definitely trapped like flies. They are continuing some monstrous highways as you will see in my pictures. The city itself has clusters of high rises. It took me awhile to figure that out. We were never actually downtown, but passed through several high rise areas. I ...
Saturday morning was our last morning on the road as a group. The one that had to travel the furthest was the last one to wake up (Uncle Rod), so it only seem fit that he became "Princess" for the rest of the day. Out of desperation to fire one back, my dad became "Buttercup".
We started the day at 55 degrees. We traveled from Monroe, ...
... me while I sleep
Looking up number now for neurologists to go and get quick brain exam before leaving Saturday.
Did I mention Uncle Rodney is traveling with us again??? Yippy!!
Saturday night destination: Lafayette, ...
... a field with power boxes!!! No toilet, no showers and no light anywhere!!! It was more than a bit spooky!! Well for Mum and Dad at least because the boys had no problem jumping out with a torch to do a nature wee!! We hadn't yet got all the functions of the rv worked out so we didn't put on te heating. Big mistake!! The night was freezing. We woke early, ate and headed off to ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility