Fairfield Inn Corpus Christi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We took the last few days of our trip to visit Mark's brother Brad, and his girlfriend Camilia. Checking our bag in Mazatlan earned us a fee. At least we only have one now! I was also not allowed to carry my new tortilla press onto the plane...in Mexico. We were only given soft-drinks on our international flight from Mazatlan to Dallas. American Airlines, and airlines in America in general, are the worst in ...
... usually I am in search of freedom. I've lived in Austin for nearly 7 month's now and have been feeling cooped up by city life. The trip down to the ocean was a much needed break. Me and Seth rode the motorcycle down here, (about four hours) with just a backpack and a tent, and not a lot of plans. But it all worked out really well. We found ourselves on the national park ran seashore, that preserves miles of island ...
Nowadays, everyone look hard and we are busy throughout the day along. Sometimes, we don't get the specified time for it to wait with our friends or have a break from work. We all know which simply living a real life we could make a career and to become somebody that is popular and famous. And who doesn't want that? On the subject of enjoying our time to yourself, on the list of best things we could choose are classified as the escort girls ...
... First, there is the Lexington CV2, built in 1927 and sunk in 1942, during action in the south Pacific—it had the name of “Lady Lex”. The aircraft carrier we were on today is the Lexington CV16. It was completed in 1943 and was sent immediately to the Pacific during WWII, nicknamed “The Blue Ghost”—mostly because it was thought to have been sunk while in action, yet in reality, it was a newly constructed ship with the same ...
... me and I didn't think it worth the registration fee. OH well, nothing we can do about that now. After dinner, Bob came back to "G/G" and I played one game of FARKLE.
Tomorrow we're going to church at First United Methodist in Corpus to hear our former minister, Greg Hackett, preach. We're going to the 8:30 service and that way we will have time to pack up after church and still leave early enough to get home at a decent ...