Hampton Inn & Suites Galveston
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... he had left out some of the facts about Parkes involvement. I took an opportunity to remind him,, and he said, that was right. He was on duty that day - and he said that I was well researched. (geek). There was a real treat In store then - I actually saw the inside of the station on CCTV, and there was an Astronaut scratching his ****. I cracked up at the mundane moment. Then I got to speak to him for a moment. Scott ...
... yes, why not. The clerk served the customers and we continued to chat. She spotted me because I was white an a black area. I told her of the warning I had, and she said she was not surprised. I was saddened by this.
The ladies son, Dwain came down and we talked for a few minutes and he took so many notes saying that no one else would be able to top this. He was getting an A. He wanted ...
... New Orleans. That's the beauty of having our home with us. We can stop when we want and where we want without worrying about reservations and commitments. We love it! Cheers! TravelPod.com version saved on Mar 02, 2015 02:38:27 "Galveston, Oh Galveston" I found myself humming the song Galveston by Glen Campbell as we drove south toward the island. Our campground was only 25 miles from Galveston, so we made a day trip out of it. The weather was cool, cloudy and windy. ...
... detectives in True Detective - loved it...
But, once onto the coast, the roads become very straight, the scenery become quite same-y and traffic quite light... We tend to sit 10 mph over whatever the prevailing speed is, so we don't go too fast, and anyway, everytime we stop Kenn comes over and says things like; did you see the traffic cops sitting besides the road back there? Me: no?? However we do have to take two ferries on this route which is quite ...
... warnings, wonderful Spanish Moss hanging from the trees and a lot of mosquitos! - worth the bites though.
We drove on towards Lafeyette for our pre-booked Cajun Food Tour. We'd already been exposed to the wonders of the food in this area with our very own English Jambalaya expert aka John - it was YUM. We were collected by Marie in her brightly coloured 'wagon' decorated inside with ...