La Quinta Inn & Suites Bay City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... went to Aransas , a wildlife park. Unfortunately it was ver hot so there weren's many birds flying. We did see some deer. And on the ferry to Port Aransas which is a beautiful place btw, we saw some dolphins.
We really enjoyed our stay in Texas. People were very friendly and the state is very beautiful. We will definitely be back one ...
... for instance had a coffin for three people in the 1940s. Their child had died and they were so devastated that the husband was going to kill the wife and then commit suicide so all three of them could be buried together , but they changed their minds . We also visited the space centre which was very interesting . One of the things we saw was old mission control. That was ...
Day Ten began with a delicious breakfast and
then the short drive to Shannon Airport to drop the rental car and begin
the process of going home.
Weather was just delightful the whole trip with the exception of the fog
and chill over Connor Pass. We understand that weather was unpleasant
both before and after we were ...
D-I-L and grandson drove us to Bush International in Houston
(after a wee detour to retrieve G's forgotten hearing aids) and then
they headed for Boerne, Texas to attend family graduations. The flights
to Newark and then on to Shannon were uneventful. Sound didn't work on
G's movies but oh ...
... they begin their northward migration. But after driving for an hour we came up agains a locked gate. whoop whoop. So we consoled ourselves by getting Brenda a nice ring with cranes embossed on the sides.. Whoop! Today we found our canes, co-habitants of a pasture with cows by a 1,000 year old Coastal Live Oak Tree. Coming back we went through Fulton to watch them off-load the oyster boats. Then we had to stop in at a local eatery to try 'em. Yum, and the shrimp ceviche ...