Candlewood Suites Victoria
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The day started with a breakfast of Cranberry-Orange muffins and fruit. We then met with the Bakers to scope out the rally room and furnishings. Depending on how many people actually show up, it may be a little tight, but we'll manage. About 11:15 we piled in the car and drove out to Lavaca Bluffs Winery, again. I took my glass since I was not going to do a tasting again, so I had a glass ...
... The major coup of the day was filling up at Walmart and paying $2.99 a gallon (with the discount). We stopped at a lighthouse museum and drove by Lighthouse Beach which has an RV park right on the water. We then returned to "G/G" for lunch. The Bakers had not arrived, so after lunch we drove out to Lolita, TX for a visit to Lavaca Bluffs Vineyard & Winery. Their wines are very smooth and leave no after taste like some wines ...
... at 6pm, but there is a code, so if we decided to go out there would be no problem. It is very warm outside, but think I will go for a walk after 8pm. They have cable, so Bob is watching TV. Tomorrow the Bakers arrive and we will view the rally room at that time. Since we are using this as relaxing time, probably will not go anywhere tomorrow, just hang out at the pool and try to stay cool. At least there is a breeze since we are close to the ...
... Well, okay, Miss Kroupa, if you insist, I’ll spell his name. N a k e d a K r u z c h e f.”
“Our whole class clapped and roared in laughter.”
“Yeah!” I cheer. “I finally stumped Mr. Lynch!”
“Okay, Miss Kroupa. I’ll give you extra credit for that creative question.”
Later in class, the principal of our school walks into ...
... 20, 1835. Texans held the area until March 1836, when their garrison under Colonel James Fannin was defeated at the nearby Battle of Coleto. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, then President of Mexico, ordered that all survivors were to be executed. On Palm Sunday, March 27, 1836, ...