La Quinta Inn & Suites Alice
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... home and did some more porch sitting.
Up the next day, more breakfast tacos from Las Milpas (they are so good!). Then Kelly and I packed the car and set off north, going through George West, Three Rivers, Tilden, Jourdanton, Pleasanton, and San Antonio. Our plan was to go to the Government Canyon State Natural Area that has good hiking trails - we were ready to hike! We had stopped at an HEB outside of San Antonio and bought ...
We have been preparing for this trip all year! I can honestly say I have never been physical fit! I feel good and confident that I will be able to handle this trip. The only issue I foresee are blisters! I am talking about The Camino! The spiritual walk across Spain! Over 500 miles! I am ready! I plan to visit St. James carrying prayers from family and ...
... Indian Paintbrush. But, I haven't gotten the state wildflower yet. It is the blue bonnet and they are plentiful.
We were checking state parks today and wandered into Three Rivers. It is an old, tiny town with a big oil refinery and a big federal prison. That fact didn't make it very inviting for camping. Combined with the news that the water level in the lake was very low, we decided to travel on. But the number ...
Because of our early departure, Kathleen had left fruit, bread and wonderful muffins for our breakfast. We tried to sneak out quietly but four women with wheeled cases and lots of other stuff just make a lot of noise on hardwood floors.
Right turn out of the car park and we were on the road to Shannon Airport....nothing to it. Everything in the area is well signed for us tourists.
After dropping our car at Dan Dooley's lot with ...
... The founder Captain King's legacy was to never sell the land and they now have 860,000 acres. As big as the state of Rhode Island!!!! After leaving the ranch we went into the historic downtown section of Kingsville....went to the King Ranch Saddle Shop and Museum...very interesting. We asked the shop clerk to recommend a lunch stop she directed us across the street to an old pharmacy that has an old fashion diner in ...