La Quinta Inn Lubbock - Downtown Civic Center
Travel Blogs from Lubbock
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Motorcycle : 429 miles
A beautiful trip through Eastern New Mexico was clearly the best day of riding thus far. The red landscape is legendary southwest. We traveled through the resting place of Billy the Kid, in Fort Sumner. Route 84 from Lubbock to Grants, NM ( the land of enchantment) offered temps in the high 70's to mid 80's. The road stretched before us for as far as we could see. Lunch at Penny's, a nostalgic dinner in Vaughn, NM, was terrific. ...
... there for going on 3 weeks. We learned the official announcement would be made by setting up an easel by this very gate w the sex and size specifics - no name 'till later. We left without that experience but today the baby boy has arrived and set the world a flutter. It's fun to now see the news reports from the very place we stood just days ...
... the expense of the extra days and travel later. It's also still a busy time of the year for the our real estate business and when we set the reservations I was concerned with being away any longer than necessary. As of today, things are settled and it would have been very easy to go ahead and leave with them. Oh well.
Today we saw things that were on our list and not on our list.
List item was prairie dogs. Cute creatures who sit up like meer kats. The prairie dog town sort of looks like a giant "whack a mole" game.
What we didn't expect to see was prisoners from the Lubbock penetentiary doing the gardens in the park. Lovely bright yellow overalls but no chains.
We also saw ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed