La Quinta Inn & Suites Alamo at East McAllen
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... back in to the security barrier in Mexico. Then our ordeal began.
We were taken to another bridge in Reynosa, at the Pharr , Texas crossing, because we were told that is where we would have to take care of the damage. So, I thought that I was all set because I had Mexican auto insurance. And, I thought that once the adjuster showed up, we would be all set to leave. NOT. The ...
... to go through, so we wouldn't have had to gotten up so early. So we stayed here for a few days. Too bad we didin't get to visit when the park was full, we would have had a bigger crowd for Lulu's performance. But, we didin't mind, and neither did they. We still had a great time.But, like all the other parks we have visited, we met some great people and made some new friends. We made our heartbreaking good-byes and began our journey in to foreign ...
... while I was there, the upstairs toilet bit the dust, and I ended up having to replace the entire bowl. We are packing up and getting ready to leave Angler's Nest where we have made a home for the last four months. This small, 60-unit adult only RV park, is almost like a small neighborhood that is made up of all family members. And, although the park is a little tight, the residents and owners are the best people anyone would want to have ...
... money-spending American and Canadian tourists, that visit their small town every day to buy medicine, souvenirs and get their teeth, fingers and toes worked on. Now, all you see is desperate business owners trying to lure whoever walks by in to spending just a few dollars. The streets are nowhere near what it was a few months ago.
It has been a couple of months since we arrived in this area, and we do not regret our decision. It was a last minute move, because we ...
The Rio Grande Valley really didn't begin its rapid develop until the
introduction of irrigation in 1898 and the building of the railroad in
1904. These major additions turned a once relatively desolate area into a
major agricultural center. Throughout much of the 1900s, McAllen was a
rural, agriculture-based economy characterized by sporadic growth.
Today, the area is being ...