Americas Best Value Inn - Legends Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We decided to get our travel on today and knock over some miles, 400 odd late rand we arrived at junction Texas, check d into the camp and went for our first Texas b b q at a place called lums it was very tasty we both had brisket and 2 sides. And the people here are great and sound assize with there southern accents y'all!!!! To Austin ...
... War and the Admiral Nimitz Museum. Both incredibly well done. The Pacific War Museum is so in depth, that it could easily take several days to see everything, if not weeks.
The exhibit covers the entire WWII Pacific War and is housed in the George H.W. Bush Gallery and covers 33,000 sq. feet. We only got through a third of the museum before we decided it was just too much ...
... to four lane divided and the rest was excellent. I was looking at all of the mountain ranges I rode through and it's a huge list. I stumbled on a bypass route around Phoenix and it turned out to be a six lane divided highway that was built with bridges that could add two more lanes. And the interchange into I10 was brand new with two lane bridges in all directions. This time ignoring the Garmin paid off. Shooting down I10 was pretty easy. The weather was really cooperative until ...
... time we have ever seen armadillos in the wild so it was really exciting to watch them. It was so cold and you can't wear gloves when taking pictures and it was really hard getting pictures of their little face and ears. If you look really close you can even see their little wee eye balls - about the size of a bebe. I was in the cold a long time hiding behind a tree to get ...
... had difficulty finding an available space in the region, as there appears to be an "oil boom", with men arriving for work and moving into RV parks on a long-term basis. We were happy, though, with the lack of RV spaces in the area, as we were able to land in a secluded and shady setting--off the beaten path. Sometimes the best things happen without planning and plotting!