La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio The Dominion
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... Hi Ho Hi Ho to Del Amo we go, thru the arid, semi-industrial wastelands of Carson City, passing no one and seeing, hearing and smelling only a continual clot of traffic coagulating on the hard, grey arteries around us. Some point on Santa Fe Avenue an Hispanic family were having a garage sale; a short, tattooed Chinese girl passed silently by as we walked beneath Highway 405; a Mexican lady appeared ahead of us in work clothes, obliviously gabbling into her mobile ...
... life in Texas, life back home in Fort Lauderdale, common friends from church, and Wendy and Keith considering opening a café in an antique town called Comfort, the conversations were fun and never-ending, especially on the topic of coffee and cafés. Since our time living on Vashon Island and Paula running Dog Day Café years before children, it’s always been a fond memory and an entrepreneurial dream of ours (or nightmare, because restaurants are so demanding ...
... only they made a giant zip tie!!! See picture titled "Giant Zip Tie." We sped along at about 70 mph most of the day. That seems pretty fast with a trailer if you come from Kalifornia, but is about ten mph slower than the speed limit in Texas. Everything here seems like it makes more sense. The DJs on the radio stations even seem to be more level headed. I have actually started listening to Country again. Of course the stations here ...
Here we go again! For the last 5 years or so, Richard and I have taken turns choosing a destination for our summer location. This year was his choice and he wanted to go to Ireland. In researching this trip I decided to widen our itinerary to Great Britain (we'll visit England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland) and Ireland. The first half of the trip we'll sightsee via train and the second half we're boarding the Ruby Princess to take us to Scotland and ...
... If Melbourne had something like this, it would be so much nicer. Hopefully the pictures speak for themselves. It really was beautiful.
I went up to the San Fernando Cathedral as well which was a really pretty Cathedral that was originally built between 1738 and 1750. The Cathedral has been renovated since then so the original walls are not there but if you look deep enough there are original aspects still there that they kept. It is also the oldest cathedral in Texas, ...
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