Baymont Inn & Suites Paris
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- Just Drove for 89.9 miles
- It cost $16.75.
- Arrived in Cooper at 3pm
- Went to Cooper Lake State Park
- It cost me 5 dollars to get in
- Went on a hike and did a nature study
- Staying at the Double Tree Hotel for 2 nights, each night costs 85 dollars
- my total was $170.
- While I am here I will be going to the Delta County Fair
- Went to Target and bought tea, lunch meat and bars, cost me $12.20
... who took us down some back streets towards the Notre Dame.
Was our last night with the group, had a drink together before saying our goodbyes. Unfortunately the hotel was so massive that we lost touch with everyone unless we happened to be at breakfast at the same time, such a shame because we had such fun with them all.
... and dirt and said dirt turned instantly into mud and little lakes all over the lot. It rained just long enough. The funniest part about the rain is that a woman who came to the first show complained to me about the mud on the lot, saying, "I’ve been coming to this lot for years and I’ve never seen it muddy!". I had nothing to say, so I just smiled and moved onto the next person in line.
Hugo took good care of us today…we ...
... Yeah, I watched that movie before I moved here but it don't look nothing like that around here!".
Right. A quick Google search tells me most of it was actually shot in Marathon, Texas, which is a cool 600 miles South West from here. I should have known better.
The good thing about Paris, Texas, is that there is a self-proclaimed fine dining restaurant called Bois d'Arc, which does stand out from any place I've been since, frankly, New York. I order ...
Winter quarters life has been difficult...everyone told us it would be and we weren't really sure how, but we've figured it out now. The RV wasn't really made for winter living, so it's not that insulated. Our windows develop condensation on the inside which we have to wipe up on a consistent basis because it builds up in the window sills and either grows mold or overflows onto the floor. Our dumping ...