Hampton Inn & Suites Corsicana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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One of the many man made lakes in Texas (they only have one natural lake and share it with Louisiana (Caddo Lake). Someone had the great idea to enable persons with limited mobility the opportunity to fish. We went to visit an old friend of Mike (Aubrey) they were married to sisters at one stage of their lives. Later on our trip we were informed Aubrey had passed over. We felt he had hung on to see Mike again. This was the sad part of our trip till the next one. ...
Ive been here in Italy and ive seen lots of crazy things happen and disturbance. many people and even i have seen that there are Italian men in general that have created something called the Mafia. Ive seen many of the italy immigrants shot, Wonded, or killed. Mafia is taking over my country and lots of them are joining, so im going to leave and get away from all the troubles and worries. ...
... 6, Nhan, Whitney, Quang, Nguyen, Duong, Cạu 7, Marsha, Alex, Cạu Dong, Cô Beth, Jessica, Katherine, Lynda, La, Alana, Andrew, me, Mando, & Ava. 2300. Spent most of the day out on the beach swimming & playing in the sand. Ate some delicious ribs, had our shrimp boil, & ate some late night nam nuong. Everyone was pretty beat by the end of the ...
... video and pop corn
· Matches and Indian dictionary for making emergency smoke signals
· Needle and magnifying glass for cactus removal
· Bat man flashlight for shining SOS on clouds at night
· Transformer ...
... on some music. (Mark Knopfler's Golden Heart). Finishing my repast, I consulted the free map and set out in a direction I hoped was the road less traveled. I don't like crowds! The first thing that caught my attention was NOT bluebonnets, but rather a handsome-looking herd of Longhorn cattle. Although I was a bit intimidated by a professional photographer standing near me with 4 lenses hanging ...