Cambridge Inn and Suites Freeport
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... for instance had a coffin for three people in the 1940s. Their child had died and they were so devastated that the husband was going to kill the wife and then commit suicide so all three of them could be buried together , but they changed their minds . We also visited the space centre which was very interesting . One of the things we saw was old mission control. That was ...
We wanted to stay in the Houston or Galveston area for 3 or 4 days to sample the area as a future destination but could not find any availabilities. We had to settle for the Beaumont area about a hour away from Galveston. We pulled into the Hidden Lake RV Resort (http://www.hiddenlakervresort.com/) about 3:00 p.m. on Saturday with the warm Texan sun welcoming us. We hired the groundskeeper to ...
Meeting Dave and Linda at Galveston. The 1st time to the island for them. We enjoyed suggesting some of our favorite highlights.
�� Wednesday Little Daddy's Gumbo
�� Thursday Olympia for lunch
�� Millers for dinner
Our meals were very good.
We saw the Great Storm and shopped the Strand.
On Friday we saw the tree sculptures and the interesting homes while driving through the historic neighborhood. ...
... We pitched our tent, poured the wine and had our fresh veggie appetizer, when suddenly a deluge of rain and strong winds found us. We sought refuge in the car for the next hour and a half. Perry Mason came to our rescue, and we watched episode one on our DVD player. A tent pole collapsed once, and, as the only one wearing a raincoat, Jayne had to go fix it. But by now it was after 9 p.m., we knew we wouldn't be able ...
131227-THE NIGHT LIFE, AIN’T NO GOOD LIFE, BUT IT’S MY
Ok, this is a recap of our adventure here in the Gulf Shores
One of the places where we darkened the doors the most was
the American Legion, Post 44, 6781 Hwy 59. This stood out as a landmark to us,
as it was just a kilometer past the legion where we would make our turn on Co.
Rd. 6 to get to our camp, the Gulf Coast RV Park. This being the case it was