Days Inn San Angelo
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... Fort Worth...that was just chaos. I hate city driving. I tried to stop for lunch at Chik-fil-a but apprently so did every other resident of texas so I gave up that dream. I got on Highway 77...or maybe it was 277... i don't remember but it took me from Dallas to San Angelo... that drive was pretty cool. There were barely any other cars and the speed limit was 75 down this long mostly straight road, it was a fun drive. There was a huge field of ...
... and got our spot. It turned out to be beautiful and the weather was perfect. A couple of hours later, some people came with horses and that was of course fun for me to see. Tom and I didn't do anything except take Sheeba for a short walk, eat wonderful fajitas, and sit outside to enjoy the weather. It was a relaxing day.
By the way, only 5 campsites were used this night. It was really ...
I came to San Angelo for the first time this weekend to visit my husband who is in school @ Goodfellow AFB for a few months. This is a nice little town. Not too much to do here in town but our little excursions were fun. The caverns were beautiful. So far, its the warmest cave I've been in. It is definitely worth exploring if you're in the area. I got my picture taken in front of Matthew ...
... had a certain color to it, when you looked a little closer you could see many of them moving, it was quite eerie. We got fuel and some snack for the big drive ahead.The roads were not so much straight this time which eliminated much of the boredom we had when driving through Louisiana. After a few hours we were about to pass through Dallas which you could see well before in the distance, behind Dallas though there were the darkest clouds ...
... Located around the fireplace, with rocking chairs for kicking back, the section will serve wines by the glass, German beers, and, of course, their good coffee. The wine bar will offer a variety of wine accessories, including Riedel Crystal glasses, and decanters, must-haves for the serious wine enthusiast. [Excerpt from Texas Food and Wine magazine]
We had lunch at Miss Hattie's ...