Red Roof Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that were currently inhabited.
Kind of a bummer.
Anyway, we crossed into Oklahoma and rolled into our KOA
campground fairly early. Although as soon as I saw that the pool was covered up
for the season I cursed Labor Day. It is literally 100 degrees out and no pool!
It’s also gusting about 50 mph outside which is causing the RV to sway even as
we are parked here for the night, but I would’ve swam anyway. Ridiculous pool
... intervals, presumably when it was assumed that the inevitable boredom was setting in across the stadium. The biggest cheer of the night came when the "Kiss Cam" was turned on and stopped on an elderly couple. The guy did not need a second invitation, he went straight in for the kill, and snogged the face off his exasperated wife. A firework display rounded off the night, and after two days without being in a bed, we dreadily headed home and to bed.
The following ...
... not only was parking easy, but it was free! Hopping out of the car we looked about. There's a small town charm that immediately greets you in down town La Grange. Mom & Pop stores are banked by upscale non-chain restautants. In fact, the only two big name brands we recognized on front street was Fannie May Chocolates and Starbucks.
Andrew immediately spotted FLOYD'S Barbershop a Rock & ...
... opportunities, thanking the ticket sellers, and eating ice cream (which was a VERY important work-related stop, let me tell ya!). The only place we had an issue at was one of the banks...they apparently didn't see Anne walk in with us and while J.P. was making a balloon animal for a customer's daughter, one of the employees was calling security. Sigh. We were escorted out before we could even thank them for selling tickets.... ...
... importance as a deep-water port for sailing vessels. The port was used as the sailing point for the Crusades of 1147 and 1190, and a creek close to Dartmouth Castle is supposed by some to be named for the vast fleets which assembled there (Warfleet Creek). It was a home of the Royal Navy from the reign of Edward III and was twice surprised and ...