Market Street Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by Ed Waldmire Jr. and his friend, Don Strand while they were stationed at an Amarillo, Texas base in World War II. We thought we would give them a go, just for the sake of it, expecting they would be horribly greasy. We were pleasantly surprised however. Not at all greasy and rather pleasant indeed. As was the interior of the diner. Plenty of Route 66 paraphernalia, information and memorabilia, the diner was full of ...
... It soon became obvious we had a couple of followers around the shop, as we chatted and trying to find our fancies. We spent quite a bit of time perusing the vodka, like a candy store of flavours - the most taxing question of the day was - what 2 flavours of vodka to have. I settled for the chocolate cake vodka ...(necessity now, I'm afraid it's pmt time uh-oh ) and a cinnamon vodka to spice it up but not so harsh as fireball !! Am Already suffering a little more ...
... bedtime shortly after, he finally gave a kiss and cuddle at last when he went to bed. Aiden and then Zoey showered, both getting ready for bed. 8.30pm came, we said our goodnights promising to meet them from school again. We enjoyed a cup of hot tea together and half an hours peace before we took our leave. Jay still had some chores to do, as we had distracted him all evening. Just after 9pm we drove back to ours, satisfied with our days events, achievements and breakthrough with ...
... 2 ham strips and 2 pancakes with what I thought was a blob of cream on top & jug of maple syrup. It wasn't cream but margarine (really, is there a need for that with the maple syrup ?) We again watched people eating with their forks, one cut up all their breakfast first, like you would for a kid - then ate with just the fork. We think they should have knorks, because they all spend so much time negotiating cutting their food with a fork blunt edge & ...
(^ A quote from a kid in one of the daycares...we're still not sure what it means.)
Let it be known that fire department folks are some of the absolute nicest, helpful, and most genuine people you can ever hope to cross paths with. It’s been proven time and time again that when we look ahead at our schedule and see that a fire department is sponsoring the circus, we smile and know that our day with them will be great.
And today was no ...