Paca De Paja Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free parking
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... accidentally dropped a burro into the frying pan and when the oil
splashed up she was about to lash out a common Spanish cuss word
starting with “Ch” but because she was amongst her young nieces and
nephews, changed it to “Chimichanga”, the equivalent of “thingamajig.”
Thankfully for all of us, Monica was a controlled and creative cuss."
The food was fantastic! I had the Chimichanga ...
... This area is home to Hereford, TX, the largest beef town in the world. As you can guess, it was mega farming scale, with the cattle kept in paddocks and sheds, and the surrounding xxxx's of acres is planted and harvested as food for the cattle.They are fed fresh pastures, grain and hay. Also in the area are some mega dairy farms, similar set up to the beef, however they milk around 3000 cows twice a day.
Both of these dairy and beef industries in this area ...
... kept by the US Air force.
Is in the Catalina Mountains and is one amazing Canyon.
Parking: When we arrived the first thing we got told, is the parking place is full… but we can have a check… and for making it more interesting there is no parking along the road…. A lady gave us the tip to drive a little bit up the road and park in the school parking lot: great ...
This morning all 4 of us woke up at around 10 o'clock. We checked out of our hotel at 11:30 and got 15 dollar refund because the Internet didn't work the night. For lunch we won't to Denny's but only Rens and I got something to eat Mactar was a little disturbed because of his wallet and Richard is a very picki eater so he would rather eat peanut butter jelly sandwiches instead of eating at Denny's. After lunch we went back to the hotel to use their Internet. We wanted ...
... The views are beautiful from all the sites. Make sure you fill up with water before you come but there is a spot for filling up and also a dump station. Water spigots are all over this park about every three sites if you need water. There were bath houses (no showers) and recycling bins. Their two busiest months are February and March but the host said you can find a site on most nights. A mile and half up Kinney Road there is a must stop to visit ...
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