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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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Day One began for G in Kingsville, Texas with a Breakfast on a Bun and
giant Dr Pepper from the local Whataburger, on the road to gather up the
other participants in Bay City, Texas. Also aided on the road by James,
the voice of our satnav, and the Ireland/UK mini-card.
... we awoke to 90 + degree temperatures, and humidity so thick, that you could write your name in it. That would never stop the excitement the kids had as the anticipated game time drew closer. Geared up, head to toe in Junior Jag's football gear, we headed to the field. Packed and loaded in the car, $50,000 (not a typo) pelican cooler, brimming with ice, to cool all our much needed water and food. We headed to the field. ...
My goal was to spend a month on the beach at Port Aransas, Texas. I loved it so much, I stayed for three months!
Love, love, love Port Aransas.
My daily routine usually consisted of:
- Morning Walk on the Beach
- An Hour ...
We spent last night in the parking lot of a "residential campground". They do a Saturday morning breakfast where we ate with other humans, first in a long time! Out here along the edge we have stumbled onto a community made up of seniors from the upper-mid west. Snowbirds who come here each winter to a site that they over the years have made their own. A place where they have spread topsoil over the sand ...
... Made us proud to be Americans!
On the plane to Newark I lucked out with no seatmates so had plenty of elbow room to catch some z's. Three hour wait in Newark but not having to go through the Customs and Immigration circus that once was required was a welcome change. Nothing against C&I, mind you, but having to reclaim our luggage, stand in interminable lines for what seemed like hours at a time and then clear TSA once again just wasn't ...