American Inn of Kinder
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... was full price. But after poking around a bit some more on Expedia I found a Courtyard Marriott about 1/4 mile away for $96.00 for Saturday so I booked it.
All that meant was instead of having 3 super light days I would have 2 normal days, and by normal I mean; usually when I am approaching my destination I like to make the actual arrival day a half day so today I wanted to drive far enough to only leave a few hundred clicks for Saturday.
We finally crossed into Louisiana and stopped at the Visitors Center, just over the Sabine River in Vinton. Mike and I hadn't been back to Louisiana since he retired from the Navy in New Orleans in 1994! That's a long time back.
After we reminisced about our years in NOLA, we stopped at a cozy (read, 5 feet between sites) little RV park just off Interstate ...
Left Junction Tx behind and headed off at dawn. It was a quiet morning and uneventful. I had decided the night before to ditch the three sisters for some other vacation. When I passed US 83, the road I would have taken south to the sisters, I knew that it was the right decision. You have to be excited about it and not tentative. I definitely did not mind driving by. San Antonio morning traffic. I moved to the by pass in San Antonio at just ...
... stall. The stalls are each tile as well, and have a large metal door. They are literally an individual room. I headed for the one the attendant was leaving, figuring that it would be the cleanest. I immediately noticed that there was no seat liner. No matter, I knew the guy just cleaned it. After surfing the net for a couple of minutes, and taking care of some business, I exited. Immediately the attendant headed in and proceeded to wipe down and disinfect the stall. ...
... culture, however, was very much the same, and the singing and dancing, religious and marriage customs persisted--and persist to today. We arrived at the visitor's center just in time to see the end of a concert of traditional Acadian music. Both the musicians and the audience members appeared to be local people, and much of the audience danced while the musicians played the accordian, banjo, triangle, and ...