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Travel Blogs from McAllen
... sides with acid, and have to re fill it
with a garden hose. Needless to say, there will be no more pool for us before
Anyways, going to stop there and publish this
and continue the final segment when I get home, summarizing the trip here and
the ride home, with our stop at Chet and Osies in the swamp land of Northeast
Texas, Just outside of the town of Uncertain, Texas.
Thanks for reading.
Its all good!
... nor is
there one of a bikini clad girl on a beach, there is not even a beach picture.
How about a picture of the emergency entrance in a hospital, shown upside down,
I can remember that. A couch pillow, what a damn couch pillow that is what they
first show me. I am to remember that I chose a freakin couch pillow? Who comes
up with this ****? Like the song says 55 channels and there is nothing on.
Well, just thinking out loud, and not for me to say, ...
... friends and family in the Midwest are ready to kill me. ;)
Jim, our general manager, is finally back on the lot! He, along with many others, worked tirelessly over the winter and into the season to get our international crew and performers into the country despite all of the visa problems and now that they’re here, he had a chance to drive down. He’s a guy who smiles easily and whose wit and storytelling abilities can entertain ...
... are we.
They are also cooking, so if you stop in to talk to a few old good boys, they
open the lids to their BBQs and pull out a piece of rib, or a cup of beans, or
what ever they have been preparing, probably for their own dinner. We quickly
realized we should not have eaten prior to our visit. We circle around the
cattle yards, up around the grand stand, down the other side and low and behold
we discover a tent with a bbq, and with a few tables set up, and a bar. Now ...
... lit up police car to the other bridge. So we got the full escort, with a cruiser in front, and an agent in the front seat. Once at the Amanacer crossing, we got in to the police car and taken to HQ. I had never been in a police car before, never mind the back seat. At least Molly was with us.
Our Mexican auto insurance adjuster arrived and we are told we are all set, but a minute later, we told nope. Mais uno minuto. (One more minute). Actually, it was many ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility