La Quinta Inn & Suites Paris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and valleys, the trees were back, and the towns were beginning to look more interesting. There was also a lot of Indian Reservation land mixed in as we rode. We stuck to mostly US-270 and OK-7 and OK-3 until we came close to the Texas border. Then we switched over to US-271S and the 286 Loop as we passed right on in to Paris, Texas.
As we arrived into Paris at about 2:30, too early for the hotel, ...
Yesterday we decided to drive in another circle. We headed out to get on US 82 West toward Clarksville, TX. On the way we passed through Leary, Hooks, New Boston (not to be confused with Boston and Old Boston, yep three Bostons!), Malta, DeKalb, and Avery. To me most of the burgs looked like some people built houses and then erected city limit signs to mark their territory. Most had nothing be houses.
We came to ...
... who took us down some back streets towards the Notre Dame.
Was our last night with the group, had a drink together before saying our goodbyes. Unfortunately the hotel was so massive that we lost touch with everyone unless we happened to be at breakfast at the same time, such a shame because we had such fun with them all.
We've only been gone from Hugo since February 1st, but it has felt like a lifetime already. We gave a big cheer as we started seeing familiar places: Roma’s, the downtown area, Daylight Donuts, the library, Busy Bee, Angie’s Circus City Diner and finally winter quarters. First stop was WQ to do some free dumping of the tanks and to say hello to our winter home again. The show put up a beautiful new sign on the road with the ...
... for a starter, then a hefty 12 oz. steak with roast vegetables and ask for a glass of red wine. The waiter somewhat nervously explains that they didn't realise they needed a license to sell booze so they've stopped doing that now but a moment later comes back to offer me a glass on the house... I guess selling wine is illegal without a license but, hey, give it away and that's fine! What a wonderful world we live in. When I asked for the bill, they didn't so much ...