Broke Mill Rv Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBroke Mill Rv Park Del Rio
Camping très propre, bien aménagé avec un personnel accueillant et des prix très abrodables.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Broke Mill Rv Park Del Rio
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So today in Rio was my first day eating in a restaurant.This is just the second day but I do love it here and fell in love with it the moment I got here.The people are friendly and respectful.I did notice most of the population here is catholic and they did have a catholic celebration in here not to long ago which was filled from people all over the world to come and celebrate it.Many people also celebrated in their churches,houses like they had retreats and I'm pretty sure ...
... stay comfortable. He provided a reduced rate for people who are biking highway 90.
I started the ride relatively early today. The goal was to reach Langtry. The roads were good but the hills were amazing. They seem to be miles long and pretty high. I met a guy from the UK. He was going in the opposite direction. He told me his route was to start biking at 3 or 4 in the morning to avoid the heat, sun and wind. His face was badly ...
... chief likes to issue tickets for violations.
Will be headed to Big Bend in the morning, hopefully storms will have passed.
Had Lunch at a San Antonio Favorite: Rudy's BBQ. We had pulled pork sandwich with Beans and Potato Salad.
Tonight depending on Weather, will walk to Rudy's or ride to Manuel's Steakhouse, Trip Advisor recommend.
... an inch across and low to the rocky soil that holds them.
....stay well.. do good..
..from the cowboy's handbook,
“ If you drink tequila, don't dive
off the sidewalk. Most generally the water is to low, and in nine out
of ten towns, there is at least a $50 fine for it.”
PS. As I close, every surface, rock, leaf, and ground is wet! No rain, just mist from the clouds that cover us today.
... nicely at border control they would let us walk to the middle and take photos of the monuments representing both countries. So we did, and they let us. We left the dam, laughing at the fact that this would probably be the closest we'd get to going to Mexico this trip, as at the moment that country is not safe, (apparently).