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Travel Blogs from Palacios
"I hate History," I tell a classmate in the cafeteria. “I can't relate to dates. I don’t know the difference between one war and another. And I don’t care about things that happened way before I was born.”
“I feel the same,” Florence agrees, “1492, 1912, 1861… they’re just numbers to me.”
“I can memorize the dates in a chapter ...
... Going to the Gulf of Mexico, down Matagorda way. Weather is not so great, light occasional rain with the promise of thunder showers over the next few days. We're biding our time so we can hit the beach on Padre Island later on. We may encounter a few college kids along the way as it's spring break time. If it gets too noisy I'll take out my hearing aids. Matagorda has an interesting history. Cabeza de Vaca explored for Spain in the early 1500s. LaSalle shipwrecked ...
... of the area and found this quaint little fishing village. Most of the fishing villages have campsites right at the piers and docks. But, generally they are old and not kept up very well.
There's a lot of development going on all along the Gulf Coast in all of the states. But, sandwiched in among it all are these quaint little fishing ventures.
... happening on Sunday, December 29. 2013, that is last year. It is a rainy day,
not a particularly great touring day, but we still do not mind travelling on
these types of days. It keeps the traffic down and there are not that many
tourists or Sunday drivers on the road. LOL. So we venture down, south of 10
heading west, down through Pascagoula along through Biloxi and Gulf Port, where
16 changes into 30 then 90 west, and on into New Orleans via the eastern
... to 4:47, it was a great day, and we had a salad and warmed up the pizza we had left over from yesterday when we stopped at a great restaurant, west of here on Bus. 83, the Original Momma Mia’s. This was a lovely clean Italian restaurant, and the food was delicious the owner is a great looking Mexican girl, and the young waiter, making $2.17 an hour was very good, and very social. We will go back to here. Upon returning to the park we sat around our patio, listened to some ...