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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that started in the 1800's when it was a railroad town in the middle of the cattle drive. Plenty of brothels back in the early days. Population used to be over 3000 in the 1800's, but now only has 95 people. The train still runs through there today and the road is called the Santa Fe trail. Back on our bikes again and we rode to the Colorado border. The landscape changed a bit finally, with some ...
... are covered in cob webs. We haven't visited the pool yet. There is a Walmart down the road. I think we are going over to get a cable cord. They have free cable here. It is hot outside so we are all in the trailer relaxing. Patrick is sleeping and the kids are reading. We are planning on going to Wichita, Kansas tomorrow. We will be leaving early again and hope to arrive early with no problems this ...
... led to its being bought out. Wyndham has renovated the lobby, and the room we have is reasonably clean (if you discount the roughly 15 flies that Tim killed), but the hallways and staircases are a mess. From outside, the place looks pretty much like a dump. The pool appears to be clean and well-tended, though, and the hotel is cheap. Weirdest thing about our room is that the "suite" entails a wall between the bedroom ...
... 20 miles in doing that....way to go Katy. We had a few miles of rain nothing to bad though....If we could of had tail winds we would of been blown into Kansas...... For the all the wind and getting in 78.5 miles neither of us felt that tired, I was refreshed after my shower......
We went to BosHogs for dinner in this little town, there weren't many places to choose from and then Katy and I took a hot tub at the Holiday Inn ...
... wiping them out. Next stop was an old time saloon run by a man in period costume (insert own joke here) when he found out we was on honeymoon he bought us a 'sarsaparilla' which is a drink drunk back in them days, i was looking forward to it but it tasted like horrible medicine, aparantly thats the wintergreen its made from. We thanked him for the free drink and ran away. More exhibits followed in a variety of replica shops, blacksmiths etc it was a pretty decent visit, we must ...