Hampton Inn & Suites Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Pemex the road forks. You want to go to the left and you will immediately start to climb up a hill. There is a sign at this intersection that says, Casa de Gobierno.
Shortly you will intersect a four lane divided highway. Turn right towards Tuxpan. Continue on this road. It turns into a two lane and you will come to Tampico Alto in about twenty minutes. You are on the right road! About forty-five minute past Cerro Azul you will turn ...
... amp; attempt to make gumbo back at home :) I nearly tried alligator but decided not too, although kind of wishing I had now - ah well..... We found is little cafe with statues of the old famous jazz players outside this is whe we tried catfish whilst being serenaded by a jazz singer & piano player - the usual you know how it is! Jill is leaving soon :( back off to England to start work again - it's been a great 3 weeks with her, although its gone so quickly it's ...
... course, cracks us up and it was only made worse when the pirate and
photographer approach our table and the photographer points at Becky and tells
the pirate, “This is the one I was telling you about”. This caused us to break
into laughter again, and I am not sure we stopped laughing about that the rest
of the night.
One of the interesting things about a cruise is the food and
... 5.00 round trip), pool, hot tub, boat ramp, fishing, Lighthouse Bar, entertainment nightly, dog run, and restaurant (excellent food). Tours do take off from the park and plenty of informative materials at the main desk. Cost varies but our $32 was with Passport America. We loved the restaurant and the entertainment at night. There were about 144 sites and big rigs are welcome!
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... The bodies decompose rapidly and the remains are removed from the coffin and allowed to settle into a pit allowing more burials into the same structure. The coffins end up in a dumpster. There are "timeshare" plots where bodies may be stored temporarily until the graves can be opened for another body. Basically it is a very "green" operation. The plaques on the front of the graves are often used to trace the genealogy of a family. We then toured the ...