La Quinta Inn & Suites Lubbock North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... my family for believing in me (most of the time), my friends for supporting me, and for those closest to me for giving me the courage to go on this adventure. It will be hard. fourteen weeks of recruiting. Each Monday we start making announcements on a campus till Thursday. Then we have our meetings to sign everyone up. Friday we take down and hit the road (or air) for our ...
... landscape in Texas is really quite interesting. New Mexico still had rolling hills and rock formations. Texas is flat. There isn’t a hill or a tree. Then suddenly there were corn fields taller than me and many cotton fields. What made me laugh the most was the “bridge may ice in cold weather” signs. The coldest day where we are staying tonight in December 2014 was ...
... afternoon and I had this "ah ha" moment with just how beautiful the road into Santa Fe was. I felt this is exactly what I was hoping for. Of course we tried on and off again to coerce the kids to observe the beautiful scenery since they were buried into their devices but we had limited success.
The original plan was 1 night in Santa Fe but the minute we rolled into town as ...
Well it's bigger than the thinkery and we could have spent 4 hours in there easily. We really enjoyed it and definitely felt like it was a great stop. We could not get lunch there so we grabbed pizza at Dions. Great stop to stretch our legs now we drive another 7.5 ...
... said that the training actually was teaching them how to crash a plane until the made the glider better. Guess you have to see it to understand it.
On the way back to the campground, we saw a sign for the Lake Lubbock National Historic Landmark. Well, since the government is shutdown, this shouldn't be open, but it is. Actually this landmark is part of Texas Tech. In the 70's an archaeological dig unearthed some bones that proved ...