Ramada College Station
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were just not able to do while camping. I was looking forward to running again too, again this is difficult on the road due to no showers, elevations, climate etc. Nice to chill out for a bit before we hit the craziness that is South America, I'm not concerned but will be a culture shock... can't ...
... Suites Hotel. Nice room. Texas A & M 's campus is huge. They have a wonderful Veterinarian College, small animals, large animals and care for animal buildings. Decided to make a bottled water run, so off we went. Thanks to the GPS we found "Village Foods" where Sally bought 8 waters, peanuts and potato chips. Her favorite snack foods.
Since we were near the town of Bryan, we decided ...
We took the day and traveled to College Station, Texas to watch our Bama softball girls roll over the aggies!!!!! Took in Kyle Stadium and just enjoyed family time watching sports. This was chloe's first sporting event and she loved it!! She has sports running through her veins!! ...
... Jay again! And of course Maggie was delighted to see her "Aunt" Abbie! The two of them have had a wonderful time playing and wrestling. As Mom said, "they are more entertaining to watch than an aquarium!" We have had a relaxing time in College Station with wonderful hosts. Tomorrow we are all traveling together to Kingsland, TX and the Rio Vista Resort. It's going to be so much fun having company along the next leg of our ...
Day 348 - April 13th - Today we drove from Austin to College Station to see the George Herbert Walker Bush Presidential Library. I have been in the company of Bush twice - once at Phillips Andover Academy (where he and our son went to high school) and again in Boston at Suffolk University's 100th anniversary on the Boston Common. It was interesting to see him as a sitting President and then after the Presidency. Night and Day (that's another story for another ...