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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... about? That is the weirdest thing I have ever seen on a sign at a rest area, or anywhere else for that matter. I put a picture of the sign on the post so you can read the whole thing. Weird.
After we ate our lunch we headed back to the highway. We were rolling along and since there wasn’t much in the way of scenery, I started to pay more attention to the signs and billboards. One billboard announced 72 ounce steaks for free. In ...
... paper sleeve.
She also liked the card which Stacy, James and the kids had made depicting the kids as cartoon characters befitting to their personalities; Callum the cunning cake thief, Ta-kwon-do Tam (Tamzin), Dylan the doughnut eating pirate and Dizzy Dizzy (Elizabeth). The two hares which I had picked-up from an antique shop in Cirencester also went down well.
After opening the presents Mon reminisced about her childhood growing-up in ...
... and a bag of chilli chips from the circle K gas station shop; to balance things out I'm going to have to eat salads for the next fifty years when I arrive back in the UK. Suitably stuffed with gas station food we made our way to Mon's house for the afternoon.
Mon reminds me more and more of Philo Beddoe's mum from any which way but loose; I really wouldn't be surprised if she used the phrase 'You ******* hairy ***** baboon' in general conversation. ...
... cows would almost certainly agree). Really quite an eye-opening insight into the workings of an American cattle ranch.
For the sake of our health and to prevent over-excitement, we had to leave. And what could be more relaxing than seeing a leaning water tower and a giant cross. They sound so mundane, but actually are very arresting sights along Route 66, one new, one old. The leaning water tower was made with four legs (standard) and ...
Left Arizona and drove east across New Mexico. Stopped at the Navajo Tribal Park in Arizona to see Window Rock--a beautiful natural rock formation. Next stop was the Petroglyph National Monument near Albuquerque. Quite a few drawings were visible from ...