La Quinta Inn Decatur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and shook with the huge sound. The preacher was Bishop Joseph W Walker the Third, dressed in a snazzy suit, speaking full-throttle but with incredible volume changes, and inviting Amens and Hallelujahs while convincing everyone around us that despite our momentary trials, the Lord is about to SHOWER and RAIN his blessings on each one of us (Amen, Hallelujah).
As we left, many people wished us well, including a woman who proclaimed 'It's ...
... what do I see, Yeppers an upcoming rest area one mile ahead. YIKES, this one was on TOP of the hill, a beautiful thing to behold. The sun came out, two bluebirds with a ribbon flew by and celestial music was heard....(I had once again been driving to long). I did get out, walked around, waved my arms, and used the facilities (that's take a leak, Leroy...Jeeze)....
I consulted a map and some other ...
... following a map handed to us by the visitor centre. BIG mistake! HUGE mistake! Note to self - do not trust visitor centre staff giving you a map! Having told the ladies at the visitor centre our plans, we ASSUMED when they handed us a map with the scenic route to Chattanooga, supposedly one of America's scenic byways, it would be sort of within the range of what we had planned. It tells us to go to Gadsden and start the route there. Now, given we don't have a big map, we ...
... and in the quickest time possible. Well of course time was really not exactly fast! Really need to so some work on this and get quite a bit of practice in, but it does make you realise just how one needs to hone one's skills. But hey, next year Top Gun! Closing Ceremony of Wing Ding and we say goodbye to our new ...
... and with all the bikes - and there were close to four hundred apparently, the organisation was spot on. A huge compliment to the GWRRA organisers and the police. As we rode through the suburbs we could hear calls from the folk on the side of the road, "Look, Australia". Obviously they recognised the Boxing Kangaroo. Wasn't hard. The flag was enormous! Everything went as smooth as.
After that, we shot over to the Drill teams.