La Quinta Inn & Suites Glen Rose
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Hello everybodys. I have to apologise for no update for today, Dave, LJ and I only got checked into our hotel at 21:00 and after freshening up, had a very quick bite to eat and then decided to lay their heads down. Now whilst that was the plan, both LJ and Dave did partake in one beer but by then it was about 22:30 and far too late to keep the eyelids open and type the day's events.
Well then, you all know from before that Dave was up ...
It's a Texas tradition! You have to eat at "Waterburger"! Yummy breakfast of pancakes, taquitos, honey chicken biscuits, and chocolate milk. Mmmmmmmmm We stopped for ice and lo and behold....Dublin Dr Peppers! In honor of my sister, Kathy, we bought one for everybody. For those unversed in Dr Pepper language, Dublin Dr Pepper's are made with cane sugar instead of corn syrup and are only available in and around Dublin, ...
... to the campground. Very low water made them easy to see. It's like walking on water. Except that there wasn't any. Lunch was hamburgers with, you guessed it, no cheese. And we would have bunless if it wasn't for Nana and Pepaw. There was a moment of panic when I thought I had forgotten the charcoal but alas, Super Scott to the rescue. It was in the outside storage. Lunch was followed by a rousing game of 'toss the empty water bottle into the trash can' orchestrated by none other than ...
... a child again.
As the sun began to sink lower on the horizon, we made our way back to Foothills Safari Camp, where the people are kept behind a fence while the animals can roam free and make their way to a central watering hole at the end of a hot day.
As we enjoyed a smorgasbord dinner and a bit of vino, Waterbucks and other species of Antelope & Deer meandered to the water's edge or just passed by our field of vision. ...
One more race in the books. This time we stayed at Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, TX, which was about 4 miles from the race location. The park looked promising, with some actual dinosaur fosills and such. However, the camp spots were WAY WAY WAY too close together. We were in spot 34, and there were 3 picknic tables within 20 square feet. When we went to settle down for the night, the neighbors one spot over were just talking quietly by their fire ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services