Fairfield Inn Victoria
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... cute little critters. One local animal visitor to the Park is not so cute. There are black bears that inhabit the bush around Mexico Beach. They have the routine of the Park worked out.
Garbage is collected on a Friday and each Thursday night they come to have a look in the big skip bins where the guests place their garbage, and of course in the garbage are food scraps, a sort of smorgasboard for bears.
... didn't have a bar, so no margarita. Oh well, it's not like we particularly needed one anyway. After lunch, we came back to "G/G" to relax. At first I thought maybe it was too hot to be outside, but then decided to go out by the pool. There was a very nice breeze and even though it was a little warm, at least there was air movement. This time there were no children around, which ...
... The major coup of the day was filling up at Walmart and paying $2.99 a gallon (with the discount). We stopped at a lighthouse museum and drove by Lighthouse Beach which has an RV park right on the water. We then returned to "G/G" for lunch. The Bakers had not arrived, so after lunch we drove out to Lolita, TX for a visit to Lavaca Bluffs Vineyard & Winery. Their wines are very smooth and leave no after taste like some wines ...
... HEB for a couple of things. When we returned, we went to the pool for a while and to relax. It is a very nice pool. The park itself is very nice, but since it is relatively new, it is wide open. The grounds are very nice and well kept. There is a small lake in the center and there is a fountain in the lake. There is a sidewalk around the lake, so it will be a nice walk. All the sites are back in and we are very close to the lake. There is a gate ...
"I hate History," I tell a classmate in the cafeteria. “I can't relate to dates. I don’t know the difference between one war and another. And I don’t care about things that happened way before I was born.”
“I feel the same,” Florence agrees, “1492, 1912, 1861… they’re just numbers to me.”
“I can memorize the dates in a chapter ...