Parkside Inn & Suites, San Marcos
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... Most online classes I've taken only require a few hours a week of attention anyway. We'll see how that goes.
The most exciting things I'm looking forward to are going out and exploring. I want to go to as many tapas bars as I can find and really enjoy the time that I spend out in the city. When I'm in the US at home, I don't usually go out too much so I think that a summer vacation in Spain is a great time before law school to get to go all out! ...
... appeared on creeks, draws, roads and such. The area is heavily wooded and quite beautiful, with the green and all.
We continued on and found the Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and National Monument. We registered, got a CD to use as a guide, and did the tour in Shorty. We saw his birth house, school, airport and the Texas White House. Lots of wildlife in the area too, including smaller deer and the Axis deer which was imported years ...
... I replied, "Yeah, and you had to sleep on THAT," I said motioning to Mary, "and you had to sleep on THAT," as I pointed to Karen. "We're going back tomorrow to get the cat."
She refused to be backed into a corner by staying non-committal. But I know my wife.
This morning, we woke and I asked, "So are we going to the shelter today?"
"I'm gonna call them first to see if they still have the cat."
... br> 3. Open the the can and CHUG!!!!
To see how its done:
My first shotgun experience:
Shotgunning isnt too hard, but you instantly feel full, so any consecutive shotguns would be tough!
The pregaming begins before heading ...
... of a fluid retaining foot that people still comment on and ask if I’m OK. These boots are gorgeous and hid my foot beautifully. But I feel a tiny bit self conscious wearing them. These are not the boots of a budget traveller and I’m a little worried my foot wear now screams ‘moneyed up tourist’ instead of penniless back packer. But these boots were made for walkin and that just what I’ll do (maybe after I’ve let my blister heal). ...
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