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... of 30 miles, around $80 - $100 in a cab. Pfui! I don't think so. Melissa McCarthy directed us to Del Amo train station with vague gesticulations towards the blank wall behind her and wished us, "Good-luck with your mission." It was a two mile walk to Del Amo along by-ways that were about as far from pedestrian friendly as might be imagined. Who needs sidewalks? This is LA. No one walks except for bums. vagrants, criminals, and half-wits. Oh, and dumb Australian tourists ...
We retired and had a fitful night’s rest and then had breakfast with Wendy and Cheyenne. Wendy made cheese and ham scones (yum) and omelets for us while we yacked about the café idea some more. As we prepared to leave we decided to go look at the property in Comfort where the café might be opened and decided that we should move to Texas right away to help with the venture.
It was a fun day Texas hanging out with great, new, old friends.
... ARE NOT ALONE!!! I do wonder if it has something to do with a 7/4 weekend. I doubt they put up the "Thinking of buying a new gun?......DON'T, until you shoot it here. Classes 6 days a week," billboards just for the weekend though. So cool to see OUR CULTURE in the open, being supported. So we pulled into the KOA in San Antonio today. We easily have the $&@!iest trailer here. People were looking at us like something was about to ...
... day in San Antonio.
It was on way back to the parking lot that we had our biggest surprise of the day. While we were out enjoying the city, people broke into our car and stole all of our luggage. Yes JUST the luggage, which contained almost all of our clothes. Luckily, we had a bag of dirty laundry elsewhere in the car so we are not completely out of luck. We got back to the campsite, took account of what we had in the way of clothes, and made an essential run ...
... if I was able to check in early at 8.30am instead of 2.00pm. As luck would have it, the room was available.
The hotel I am staying at is also known as "The Jail" amongst the staff as the building once served as the Bexar County Jail between 1878 and 1962. It was opened at a time when counties were responsible for carrying out executions. There was a trap door on the second floor and the rope used for the hangings sat coiled up in the Sheriff's office. The last hanging at the ...
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