Comfort Suites North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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After checking out of the hotel we decided to look for the St. Joseph Church which our tour guide had mentioned. It was built by the German Catholic immigrants in 1868 and Mass is still celebrated in German on one Sunday a month. It contains beautiful stained-glass windows made in Bavaria. A department store wanted to buy the church and grounds in order to expand in 1945, but the parishioners refused to sell. Today the church is encircled by the shopping mall.
It was Palm Sunday so the five of us went to Mike and Staci's parish for a long service. This was followed by a fantastic brunch/lunch at the Monument Cafe. Diana and Travis joined us there. We then stopped by Dick's Sporting Goods so Ron could advise Staci on fishing rods for her ...
As we plugged in the Garmin for the trip, we were surprised to hear directions in French! Ron had just updated the device to include Canada (missing last year when we needed it). We have no idea why Canadian French was our ONLY option. Fortunately I speak French but when driving and following directions, I prefer English. During our long drive we listened to Shirley Jackson's We Have Always ...
... time we had been smashed by an afternoon storm, my tyre was flat again, something had to be wrong with the actual tyre but i would see to that! the train was great, felt good seeing all this nothingness at speed with air con but strange not to be on the bike. We got to Santa Fe late around 8pm, we didn't have anywhere to stay and no idea where to go so we decided to hit the first bar we saw and get some beers in to celebrate the journey we had just been on, Luckily for Carl ...
And if you go away, that Austin City Limit sign welcomes you back, no matter where you’ve been.
Driven by a restless urge to wander,
You hitch your wagon to a shooting star.
Flying down the highway headed yonder,
Then you get where you were going, and there you are.
So a body’s born with half a mind to ...