Spanish Village

134 N. Alister, Port Aransas, Texas, 78373, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Port Aransas

Life is a Beach!

A travel blog entry by edellis903

5

... have progressed just a bit. Took 358 through town, out over the causeway to Padre Island. Went north through Mustang Island State Park. Took a side road, out to the beach. Beautiful. No parking there, but beautiful white sand beach. Further up, stopped at Best Western without a reservation. See the review - very nice place. Off to Virginia's for lunch. Waterfront, right by ...

THE BBQ

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry

2
15

... statements, cooking, serving, cleaning. The list is endless.


Delightful Carrie, with her charming smile and twinkle in her eye, spent a lot of time, between serving customers, answering all my questions. We didn’t meet papa Steve. He was, no doubt, very busy behind the scenes, enabling all the rest of his little ducks and chickies to shine in the public eye. We look forward to meeting him on our next trip to Rockport.



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Day 16

A travel blog entry by 12gkids

Took in the film Gravity, OK, dinner at Harrisons on the Bay, stayed till dark to see the Harbor Bridge lights, 2nd tallest bridge in Texas, with over 950 LED lights synchronized with a performance by the Corpus Christi Symphony, pretty cool thing to ...

Day 15

A travel blog entry by 12gkids

Lunch today @ Water Street Oyster bar, crab cake burger w/sweet potato fries, yummy! Then onto Texas State Aquarium. Nice place, have been to much better Aquariums. Stopped off at Pauls Seafood Market, Mahi Mahi for dinner, also started stocking the freezer with fresh catch!!
Were able to watch SLU when we got back to the Coach, they are on ...

THE SHORTEST LITTLE FERRY RIDE

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry

19





WINTER TEXANS

This whole area is much like the coastlines of Florida were a few decades ago. There's an incredible dichotomy in the area between the haves and the have nots. Behind the green belts that border the main roads you find the extremes of very run down trailer parks as well as palatial summer palaces for wealthy northern Texas summer vacationers. And then, of course, snowbirds from southern Canada and northern ...

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