Pear Tree Inn McAllen
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... back in to the security barrier in Mexico. Then our ordeal began.
We were taken to another bridge in Reynosa, at the Pharr , Texas crossing, because we were told that is where we would have to take care of the damage. So, I thought that I was all set because I had Mexican auto insurance. And, I thought that once the adjuster showed up, we would be all set to leave. NOT. The ...
... to go through, so we wouldn't have had to gotten up so early. So we stayed here for a few days. Too bad we didin't get to visit when the park was full, we would have had a bigger crowd for Lulu's performance. But, we didin't mind, and neither did they. We still had a great time.But, like all the other parks we have visited, we met some great people and made some new friends. We made our heartbreaking good-byes and began our journey in to foreign ...
... Even though we really have nothing to complain about, it is time to move on, and start exploring other places. We leave the Nest with great memories and new friendships. We will probably just move to another RV park nearby, that is closer to the bridge we will be crossing on Monday. We recently had a tarantula move in to our site yard. He has dug himself a little trench and occasionally he will stick out his little head. He only does this ...
... not, as is often assumed, the day of Mexico's celebrations of independence, which are actually held on September 16. Cinco de Mayo celebrations actually is a day of Mexican heritage and pride that is traced back to California, and started by some of their Mexican immigrants. The date has actually been exploited by corporate America to get Americans to spend their hard working money.
We will, however, miss our new Texas friends. These people have been so nice to us, ...
... Rio Grande Valley's birds, beaches, and also drop over to Mexico and see the border color!
On day three we were off! Crossing into Mexico and doing the border paperwork at the customs station of Reynosa, Tamps., Mexico. The total process was completed within one hour. We then used the Road Log (adventuretrek.com) supplied with our trip to guide us southward. Also the GPS readings were useful.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed