Economy 8 Motel
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... ticked away.
It all pointed to McCook, heading down towards the Kansas border, which was where I was going to head some time anyway. Forty miles to the first turn... how long would this take? And then another forty miles to McCook!
I wasn't going to arrive until the meeting was just about over. Well, in fact, it was over when I got there. But I'd got myself ready for the meeting and a bit of association wouldn't hurt at all.
... together. On the train, the goal is not the destination, but the time spent along the way. The train was so fun I got to got to play with Atlee , Elsie and sometimes Jack. Johnny, our porter was very helpful in making dining reservations and knowing how things worked on the ...
... The fountains and statues were great. But, it was time to head to the train station. Where we waited for train 5 to leave. We waited and waited and waited! The only benefit of the delay was that we were able to watch then entire USA v. Portugal match. David got the kids chanting, "I believe that we will win!" It was fun. 5 hours late we boarded our train! It was fun to settle in, eat dinner and watch the sunset. Then we went to ...
... handle the actual artifacts,
as well as, research their history and meaning.
Having been to China I look forward to re-living some of those wonderful adventures.
Check out my blog posts at http://piecedinchina.blogspot.com/
I'm VERY excited!
... to check if any beds were going to be available. Luck and great friends were in plenty!
First stop McCook, Nebraska (430 miles) – and accommodation provided by Russ (big thanks!) and overdue catch up with Jarrod and got to meet his new family Kim and Isaac (briefly late last night over a couple of beers but a bit longer this morning over breakfast in McCook).
On leaving them we began our journey to our next stop Denver, CO. Distance 258 ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed