Quality Inn & Suites Yacht Club Basin
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... pole in center field. The warning track is not up against the wall but rather a small hill that slopes up to the wall and has a flag pole (in the field of play) near the top. The distance to the wall here is 436 so it doesn't come into play too often and didn't for my game. Like Chase Field in Arizona the retractable roof was closed due to high temps. Unlike Chase Field, where the outdoor light came in from many places to the point where it didn't ...
... onto the asphalt and it makes your engine work harder to push against the increased resistance. This means that you apply more gasoline per mile travelled. Of course you could spend nearly 10% of a tank full of fuel if your tires are below the manufacturer's recommended pressures and your running costs will jump upwards. The baseline readings for the correct tire pressures are normally measured from 'cold' or more strictly at the ambient temperature. ...
... Found huge storm drain tunnels that made massive echoes when we shouted down them. Sweating and hot we craved a beer, walking up to the infamous 6th street we found a Mexican bar on happy hour and took advantage with buckets of beer. Made our way slowly down the infamous 6th street lined with loads of pubs, slating off any further sightseeing for the day. At sunset we Watched the 750,000 bats that live under the bridge fly off in search off food to feed their young. A ...
...and still packing. This luggage we bought last year was a mistake, the bags can easily hold 70 pounds! 50 pounds hardly fills them up 3/4 of the way and all our stuff slides around...thinking of stuffing mine with blown up zip lock bags. Heather on the other hand keeps making trips from the closet and dropping stuff in both my bag and hers; she's been packing for 2 weeks already, how is there anything still left in her ...
... to the Gulf Shores RV Park on Co. Rd. 6 not
only for the price, but it is a cool spot and this is also the feelings of our
new friends, Amy, Janet, Frank and Sheryl. I am sure that young 12-year-old
Bryan is going to miss us, as he had no one else in the park to talk with, and
I am hoping that the Childers will remember us as good guests to their park.
for reading. Next, Were Walking (driving) to New Orleans. (Fats)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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