Baymont Inn & Suites San Marcos
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... the situation to the lady on the other end of the line (Lynne Meeks). It seems that the information she had did not match the information we had right there in black & white. OK so part of the problem was we had purchased a Rand McNally GPS first then returned it because we thought we had found something better. As it turned not, NO! So that's when we went back and made the big purchase of the Magellan GPS and a few other items, all on this receipt. Lynne pet ...
Actually we've been back since late Friday, as those who have suddenly gotten many more emails from us have suspected.
The trip back went well. It was a direct flight (10 hours) so no plane changes. Customs was smooth. They didn't even open our bags and the only thing we had to explain to them was about having been on a farm. But when we got to our car it wouldn't start. Hmmmm. Luckily the parking place had a guy whose job it was to help start cars so ...
... talk with him. The jerk at the service desk was no help since he thought we were yelling at him, trust me, he has not heard either of us yell. I decided to take a short walk and let Bob handle the discussion. Well, Vicki, the main person we've been dealing with up till now, got involved. So now it seems that the reason the awning was not on was because Omar, the guy Bob spoke with on Friday, has nothing to do with attaching the awning, ...
... and one of the ones they installed was the wrong size. So now they had to order the right size and it didn't come in before we left for MI. Two weeks ago when we turned it in, we were told that the awning would be the first thing they would do the next day!! Not so!! You see, Camping World is basically three different areas and it seems they all work on different computers which do not "talk to each ...
... in the Mexican countryside and convert the local natives to Catholicism. As life was hard for the local hunter/gatherer tribes, they often came willingly to the Mission communities. The Friars, however, expected complete conversion in both religion and lifestyle which was challenging for the locals. We walked around the complex for an hour. At this point, everyone was very hot. The temperature was in the 90 s and not a cloud in the sky. Both Mattias and Abby ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking