Baymont Inn & Suites Pearsall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... instantly. One moment of inattention and you are gone FOREVER!!!! And we cannot all be paying attention all of the time,...
Dazed and Bruised
But Still Alive..
Note: writing this travelogue blog acts as a little bit of a rudder for me,
is a little bit of a stabilizer for me and helps to stabilize me....
Just like playing minesweeper on the computer does - but
I am really doing terrible on minesweeper - I am getting blowup everytime...
... or as long as you will have me.Working for you would be a great experience for me and I'm really enthousiastic about it!!I'm looking forward to your response.
With kind regards, Quinten Wiersma
It is so nice to hear from you. Leonie told us that you would be in touch. We would be very happy to welcome you to our ...
... the mail slot. The advertised free wi-fi was nowhere to be found, and I was within 20 yards of the transmission tower. When the voice arrived to give me my receipt I told her of my problems with the wi-fi. She pointed over to the building with the mail slot, and asked if I saw the red button on a side wall. Now this red button was the same thing you see on the walls of a gas station that's used for an emergency shutoff. The voice told ...
... seat 4 across (which means we all got to sit together on this one) and you're suspended over the track since there is no floor to the cars. We really enjoyed this one and ended up riding it 3 times. After Krypton, Emily and I went on a non-coaster called Der Twister. This is basically two long rows of seats in a single swing. This swing goes 360 degrees plus the car full of seats also can go 360 ...
This morning we started out on the Mission Trail. There are 5 missions in San Antonio, the most famous of which is the Alamo (also known as Mission San Antonio de Valero). The other 4 are actually active churches. The 5 missions were all built in the early 1700s by Franciscan monks who came to teach the local Indians about Catholicism and Spanish lifestyle. The missions are each a few miles ...