La Quinta Inn Harlingen
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I'm so tired right now but I'm going to try and push through so that I can get this blog post written.
Firstly, the blog title quote came from an especially honest young lady of 5 years old who did not appreciate the animal aromas on the midway. She said this to me in a slightly disaproving tone, as though it was my fault. I mean, I didn't shower today, but come on!
John and I took the IDRIS off the lot this morning to a Flying J that was only ...
... more then this, seats around 100 outside, 40 in the bar, and standing for
another 50 either inside or out. Country Nelson Jr. and his band were playing,
and they are all Mexican and play a great mix of country and Mexican tunes, we
were a little out of place, as it is mostly Winter Texan couples, and they are
all up dancing and partying. There are also a bunch of “old” fatboy bikers that
hang out here, and I am not talking about the bikes. ...
... as he and the guys were getting the tent ready for the next show. We all had a good laugh about it (thankfully) and went on with our day.
So today, before the first show, I stood right in front of Teto and told him I wasn't going anywhere until I saw and heard him call for the gates to open. He laughed again and we recounted the story to Mike who hadn't heard why the crowd was let in so early the other day. As soon as he called doors, I asked ...
... 8217;d even tried to do that, I would have had to say something. Geesh.
We’re right up the street from a hole-in-the-wall billiards bar, so after the second show, we met up with Emilie, Jason, Jeremiah, Kayla, and Jacob to go play pool. This is the first chance we’ve really taken to socialize since the season started and it was so much fun. There were only three other people in there and the owner was delighted to meet some circus folk, so it was a ...
... goes on and on. We were booked into the Llano Grande RV Park in Mercedes, right by the Mexican border. Kevin and Lora were already there and staying until April - we intended to stay a few weeks and just 'chill'. We'd travelled 29,000 miles on our epic journey and felt it time to stop for a little while. Kevin and Lora had dinner ready for us, the park looked fantastic and we were happy to just 'stay put' and enjoy the Winter sunshine.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services