Holiday Inn Express Harlingen
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Well there it is 3 pieces of exciting news for
me, all received on the same day.
... Mom, I never knew she was a maiden.
What is your birthdate, well I had that one? What was your account balance and
how much did you pay on your last statement? Well, if that is not the most stupid freaking
question in the world, I can’t access my account, how the f should I know that,
and that is what I tell the guy!
Well he decides he had better re-instate my account before I
crawl into Skype, and crawl out of his head phones and rip him a new ...
This lot is so tiny! I have no idea how Alex and Tavo managed to fit us all on here, but they did. Despite some random concrete building material and a huge semi-trailer with a political ad on the lot, they wedged us all in here and only had to put the pony ride and portable toilets across a side street onto a different empty lot. We're parked right on the corner of two streets with our front bumper only a few inches away from a stop sign. It was supposed to get up to ...
... Mexicans don’t even want to come here now. Oh **** Tom
Anyways, here we are in Paradise South, an Encore park and
one of 8 in the valley. I believe this is the most reasonable place for rent of
the 8 but except for a few things that go wanting as far as maintenance and
repair, its all good. We seem to have come a little closer to our core group
this year. The core group is made up of friends like us, who do not seem to
... in Mexico.
So began our 9-hour ordeal. From 11;30am until 9:30pm, we paced and walked and followed two stone faced Mexican customs (ADUANA) agents back and forth from building to buildings and office to office. Our first escort was from our original crossing at Anzalduas to another crossing, about 20 minutes away at the Amanecer crossing near Pharr, Texas. One of the bridges that we were told to avoid because of traffic and because of the difficulty we would ...