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... and for the third game in a row, we watched the home team win. The ballpark in Arlington is actually a really beautiful park that is huge and yet doesn't have the features of a huge modern park (aka big screens and flashy parts). It was very simple and huge (cause they don't do anything in moderation in Texas) and it was another great place to catch a ballgame. After the game there was a softball homerun derby and these guys were cranking the ball ...
... buried, Jackson Park with the statue of Louis Armstrong, crossed the river in a free ferry and walked around the historical and very cute place of Algiers and returned to Bourbon street with its street performers and more or less seedy clubs, bars and music places. A drink in a nice posh bar called 'Patrick's bar et vin' and tried to have a hamburger in a bar where Patrick could not produce a valid id and we therefore had to leave. Boys desperate to try its peanut butter ...
... pool. I arrived 2 minutes after the gates opened and shared the oasis with a couple from Austin who had the day off. I hiked down the stone trail that had been made soft by the thousands of sandaled feet that trod this path every week. The ferns and spruces line the creek. Then the canyon opened. Emerald everywhere. Upside-down ferns hanging from the cracks in the canyon ceiling. This is what people are trying to imitate with their porch-hanging basket ferns. Sporadic ...
Well, Park City was great. Dad wasn't there of course, but that didn't stop us from having fun. We went shopping, bowling, movie watching, we walked around town, and hiked. One day I very stupidly suggested that we go to a pet adoption center, with no intention of adopting a pet. Just to look around at the animals. Sam was carried out screaming and wailing. I think the Park City Child Protective Service was on standby. So, Mom promised her a small dog for ...
... descended to this range, it warmed up to about fifty degrees.
The new Navigator got a bit messed up when we decided to check out the local laundromat in Junction and eventually led us to a road to the park that was not available. It was a narrow dirt road and had a sign saying just that. So, we headed back into town, found the sign to the park and did fine. Incidentally, the laundromat, "Buster's" was nasty. Dirty floors and many ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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