Travelodge San Marcos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I leave on May 29, 2013. So far I have packed an empty traveler's messenger bag and a bathing suit. I have no idea which clothes to pack at this point and everytime I start to put something in my luggage, I end up putting it back in my closet a day later. As a psychology major, I find this fascinating.
I finally got Marcus to set up his new webcam so that ...
... curing their siblings of cancer. And with just a couple of exceptions, they're not asking for much. Most girls have been asking for American Girl dolls and boys asking for puppies and skateboards. A few pony and PlayStation requests have been sprinkled in there, too, and I can't help but think that for some of these kids, pony requests may be completely realistic. Some iPad and Kindle requests have been made, but nothing outrageous. With one exception.
... mind, also how far it can help you to succeed.
The cycle itself im proud to say ive expierienced some beautiful places, from the lush greenery of Virginia cycling past the Amish to the dry desert like state of Texas and New Mexico, each was fantastic in its own way. Looking back i wouldn't of wanted to do anything other than cycle as we appreciated every view and every person we met. I hope one day we will challenge ourselves to this proportion again, but until then thanks for reading. ...
... br> Steak was on the menu! Grilled asparagus, grilled jalapeno poppers and salad rounded out the sides. Good friends, good food, beautiful humid evening in what is soon becoming one of my favorite cities in America. I was actually sad to be leaving Austin. The town has such charisma and energy. It has a big city feel, but it still is ...
... a five a.m. wake-up call was looming, maybe it was the excitement of the next four weeks travelling around Texas, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Maine, or it could have been the light left on above my bed as one girl continued to read: granted, it was only nine o’clock and she was well within her rights to do so, but did she not know I had places to go, people to see?
Another of the girls in the dorm was also waking up early, hence ...