Pearsall Executive Inn & Suites

Address: 613 North Oak St, Pearsall, Texas, 78061-3322, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 613 North Oak St, Pearsall.
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Travel Blogs from Pearsall

Texas Disaster

A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Jun 06, 2012


... shirts for the south that I particularly like). Unfortunately I become attached to my possessions and always want to keep everything,
that I have...
Even things of no value.....

A friend of my was undergoing some kind of an assessment
and they were giving him all kinds of tests - one test was to determine
if he was a taker or a giver...
He wanted to know if I was a taker or a giver....
I am not a taker - I do not take from people..
I am not a ...

Het begin

A travel blog entry by quinten.wiersma on May 14, 2012

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Best regards,

Hello Dianne
It is really nice to see this reply, I can say I was very much looking forward to it.

Driving along Hwy 21 into East Texas

A travel blog entry by wbcci1529 on Mar 04, 2009


Wednesday, crack o'dawn. I got up early so that I could say good by to my Precious, who is still a working girl. After she left, I finished packing and loaded up the Excursion. I've been getting stuff together for the last 6 weeks so there wasn't all that much to do. I had to dawdle for a little while so that the rush hour traffic would ease up. My first leg of the trip involved driving I35 to San Marcos. Lots of morning traffic. I pulled out ...

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by drmom on Mar 24, 2007

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... of the roller coasters...yes, we went on every single one in the park at least once. First was Boomerang. We started and ended the day here. The ride starts with the cars being pulled backwards uphill. The train is released at the top and you go through two inversions and up a hill. You're pulled up to the top of the hill and released again to go back through the ride backwards. Not a bad ride, but very ...

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by drmom on Mar 23, 2007

7 photos

... other, so we drove from one to another. Since they all are active churches, the sanctuary portion of each mission is complete, but the remainder of each is in various stages of disrepair. We found it interesting that many of the British ruins we visited last year were much older and in much better shape than the missions here. After the missions, we had lunch with a friend of mine who is ...