La Quinta Inn Lincoln
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Rio Grande River. The landing was a little rough but we didn't tip over so that was good. We has a mimosa toast in a park at the end. This afternoon we went to Petroglyph National Monument and did a little hiking. We went browsing in Old Town Albuquerque and went to happy hour at a nice restaurant. Tomorrow will be a long travel day through Texas. We hope to make it to Oklahoma. We're ready to head home! I think Brody is ...
... I have really enjoyed road tripping alone. At one point for about two hours my volume button got stuck at a really high volume while listening to "Cindy's Ski Mix 2", another classic CD my mom burned me (thanks mom!). I don't get bored of seeing corn and other various crops for miles on either side of the road. Since I have reached Missouri the exits are more plentiful (though still there aren't many). Its relaxing and eases my mind to know that ...
... road so I capitulated and hopped on the Interstate, I80. They have a very generous 80 MPH speed limit but seriously you gotta do 95+ to stay competitive or you'll get run over by grandma's in mini vans. Even in construction sites, of which thankfully there were few, the speed limit is 65 MPH.
Interstates have few pro's;
- There are a lot of gas stations, restaurants, attractions, etc
- You get where you ...
... of 2000, we started looking at RVs and put our house on the market. We were shocked when within three weeks we had a buyer. The speed that the house went under contract was totally unexpected. We thought it would take at least six months for it to sell, but we had 45 days until closing. Mike was still under contract with CACI at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard until May. So we bought our first motorhome, a 34' ...
... visited this place in 1966 and was anxious to see it again, to see how it had changed in 50 years. And changed it has. For one thing, they now provide a home for as many girls as boys. And for another, these kids no longer live in dormitories, but rather in family homes on campus. Each home houses 6-8 kids and is run by a family, the parents trained in counseling and providing a solid family living experience. We saw many of these kids on campus doing chores, ...