Magnuson Hotel and Conference Center Tyler
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we stayed in Gladewater, Tx. We stayed in Shallow Creek RV Park which is absolutely one of the best RV Parks we have ever stayed at. It is so clean and neat and roomy! Many college students have RV's here while attending college. It is a beautiful day. I caught up on laundry once again. Just a nice relaxing ...
... m pretty sure I would have pulled the jeep down the highway with a tire going flat, rubber flying and ruining an aluminum wheel. Nothing I had done before would have prevented this. I would have had to notice rubber flying off the wheel in the rear view camera and by then it would be too late. I could have been changing this tire on the shoulder of I-20 with semi's whizzing by. Thank you tire monitoring ...
... of them do. I know my nephews, Riley and Blake do. I adore them too. We had all kinds of adventures. One day they spent all day with me. One day previous, I had bribed them to help out around the house doing whatever I asked them to do. They agreed and the next day we headed to Toys-R-Us and Wal-Mart to look for Legos. We found a few that the boys liked and had enough money for. Afterwards we got donuts, headed home, and took the dog to ...
Today was another long day on the road but so glad we made it to Kilgore in time to spend the evening with my Uncle Jerry and Aunt Katherine! It was so good to see them and catch up. My Uncle Jerry has always been my favorite Uncle since I was a little girl. He and ...
After driving another long day, 9 hours, we arrived in Kilgore, Texas about 5:30. The drive along I-10 through Louisiana was pretty. There were long bridges over wide expanses of water. We saw fields that appeared to be flooded, but after doing some research on my handy IPad, we learned that they are rice fields. But not rice fields for harvesting for human consumption, ...