La Copa Inn Alamo
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Family rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
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... Pete and we headed out to find a bar,
drowning my sorrows. The one we were looking for, out in the boon docks, had
ended up in the land of the Doe Doe birds, and like a lot of other small bars
in the area were now tits up. That being done, we went over to Keeping it
Grilled on the 1015 and had a couple of beers with the owner who brought us out
two small bowls of his fantastic bean soup, a plate of nacho chips with 3
killer sauces and possibly the ...
... and a whole bunch of square heads from
Kitchener. Lothar and Mary Alice would love it, Ziggy Zaggy. Anyway on this day we went out for the river
cruise on the Riverside Dreamer. A one-hour excursion out on the Rio Grande,
east towards Reynosa, passing by some absolutely beautiful clubs parks and
private homes on the Mexican side, then back across the Restaurant and then
west out past The Chimney Rock RV Park. This is a beautiful little boat ride,
marred by ...
... a quarter and come back for 50 cents plus taxes on the alcohol purchases. All in all it is a pretty good day, and cheap fun. There are the usual girlie bars, and smoked up guys on the back streets offering up their sisters, and municipal construction workers, banging up pavement with electric jack hammers we would use to knock down a block wall, and hawkers of every item in the world, but it is Mexico, and they do what they do to survive. God bless them all!
So on it went, ...
... for grabbing a cup of coffee. Did some people watching: particularly liked the guy with the mohawk, carrying a Nordstrom's suit bag. Flight to McAllen was also on time. A much larger plane than we expected (737-800), in fact, larger than the plane from San Jose to Houston (737-300), considering that we were going to what ...