Out by the Sea Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... less than 500 kms today but I am bagged. I see a sign for Winnie, TX. The sign that really caught my eye was Al-T's Seafood Restaurant. A bowl of Gumbo would be great right now! I took the turn and pulled into an ABVI, sadly not a walkout version but right next door to Al's!
So they had a room, but the storm had knocked out their computers so they couldn't accept my credit card. I keep a little 'merican cash on me, but not much. ...
... he had left out some of the facts about Parkes involvement. I took an opportunity to remind him,, and he said, that was right. He was on duty that day - and he said that I was well researched. (geek). There was a real treat In store then - I actually saw the inside of the station on CCTV, and there was an Astronaut scratching his ****. I cracked up at the mundane moment. Then I got to speak to him for a moment. Scott ...
... oil and natural gas. It was so cool to see.
Had to visit Port A during spring break week. While there were plenty of kids out on the beach having a good time for themselves, the rain really didn't cooperate with them.....it was rainy and chilly, but it didn't seem to stop the ones who were there. To be young again!
Visited the Rockport Bay Education Center which houses NOAA (National Oceanic & ...
... and hop on a shuttle bus for part of the trip due to construction. After lunch we caught a cab out to the airport to pick up the rental car which we will keep for the rest of the holiday, taking us westward into Texas again. It is a cute little Nissan Versa hatchback, not brand new like the Chrysler we had, but it will do the job quite nicely. And, speaking of the job, it had quite the challenging first drive! It was raining somewhat as we left New Orleans on Hwy 90, and ...
... can understand the hurricanes and storm surge would cover the country effortlessly.
They are allowed to drive their cars, golf carts on the beaches here, the sand is very hard. (make sure you don't get run over)
Saw people fishing in the bayous. There are small designated spots to do so.
Travelled onto Lake Charles where we stayed the night. Stopped at the lake and checked out the jetski racing.