Victorian Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... even to me, and finally fun time watching Kentucky Derby at Tennis Racquet Club including Mint Juleps and delicious BBQ. Mostly great conversations with Liz, Texas born and raised with artistic side along with being warm and intelligent and Nick, petroleum attorney and business owner. Nick and Tom had lots to talk ...
Boy is this falter a waste land!! Nothing but oil pump jacks and junkyards in this entire area! What a difference in scenery from the past. 5 days!!
But we are close to the airport for our 7:15am flight to IAH then DCA so it works. We killed enough time driving around looking at stupid stuff that it landed us in Odessa at 5pm.
Our next task was to find a place to eat dinner. Odessa is a food desert....all food chains which is something I try ...
... 160;(His mom later confirms that this is in fact the case.) Highlights from Midland, Texas include fantastic breakfast burritos, Mr. Montalvo's locally famous beef brisket, lunch at Jorge's, learning all about oil production, Midland's semi-pro soccer team (get this- they're called The Sockers), meeting Napoleon the cat and learning about his hobbies, Mayra Garcia, and the Whisper...Jesus church. ...
Whats the one thing you never want to happen before you leave on a trip? You dont want to be sick, and yet thats exactly where I am this morning. Praying that we can get meds and get everyone well before we leave. The last thing we want to do is travel while feeling bad, or worse yet to get someone else sick while on our ...
... a narrow creek in the valley, where we saw horses and cows grazing on the narrow farmlands.
Soon we started to descend and the lushy mountain forests disappeared into an empty desert. Wind was very strong, blowing dust and sand all ove the visible horizon.
When I saw the first oil rigs it seemed like a peculiar and interesting landscape. Thousands of metal machines rhythmically and relentlessly bending down and up to extract the blood of ...