Super 8 Stuttgart
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- Car rentals
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Rip Van Wrinkle or Crash N Burn
This was a very long, tedious day of driving. Nothing eventful happened except the driver's stress created by interchange systems at larger cities and road construction along the way. The highlight of the day was the 12, maybe it really was 13 or 14 hours sleep - well needed, for sure. As we woke in the night and then went back to sleep, it felt like we actually slept for several ...
... 2 hours fro Memphis so Graceland is definitely a possibility. Na it's gonna happen. Doug in the jungle room wow!
Bought some salad and sandwich stuff. Can't eat out for a bit yet after that Texas BBQ the last few days.
Still can't get over how great the concert was last night. And meeting the band, Doug etc. I could not have asked for anything more.
... from stealing their thoughts hahaha. Photos will be updated from time to time when I can get them from camera to this, hopefully hahaha Just a little interesting fact, the Rodeway Inn in Hazen overlooks a man made lake called Mammoth Lake, it was created when crews needed to excavate material for the freeway overpass, it was during this excavation that a full Mammoth skeleton was discovered. The skeleton now resides in Arkansas state university. Besides that, Hazen is as boring as bat ...
We did not start the day off in the right direction, literally. We bike about a half an hour before we realized that we were not on the right road and needed to turn around. We came to the conclusion that it was a warm up and shook it off with laughter. After getting on the right road, our companion: Hwy 70, we were off. Until, about 10 am when it was already past 90 degrees. We stopped at every gas station we ...
Our last view of the kids was when we passed them on the I-35 heading for the airport. We continued on the NAFTA Pike, down which jobs go to disappear in Mexico and South American goods and people come north to disappear in the great empty spaces of the Midwest. I-35 is chockablock with trucks and cops. And it didn’t end even when we veered off at Dallas to take I-30 northeast to Little Rock and just beyond, to The Lost City of ...