Days Inn - San Marcos
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... to work off all the tapas and homemade meals I will be having.
My roommate will be Celeste Orta. This person does not have a Facebook or an Instagram which makes me nervous because I have no idea what she's like even though I have contacted and been in touch with so many of the other students. I don't see where there would be any problems with the ...
... better than your standard mall setting. In the mall, kids are being dragged all over the place, going into boring stores, all the while eager to see Santa. Finally, after they're hot, tired, hungry, thirsty and cranky, they have to stand in a long line for what seems like forever. No wonder they're not so sparkly when they finally get their time with Mr. Claus. But I have it good. The kids that come to the hotel have a great morning eating cookies and ...
... tagline BIG. FAT. DONUTS. What could possibly go wrong? Enter the monstrous fried donuts that Kelsey and I devoured with reckless abandon. Kelsey had a donut filled with hot chocolate fudge, topped with fudge icing, and covered in banana and caramelized strawberries, and I had the "Big Mother Clucker" covered in fried chicken and honey butter. It was heaven in a little cardboard rectangle. It was the filthiest thing we'd eaten in America (I know, big call). And it was delicious. ...
... but I am not completely convinced since the entire place is covered with outdoor carpeting, that is wet and baking in the sun, probably home to a bazillion bacteria. The only thing I could think of as to why they have the carpeting, was to keep the cement from getting too hot for everyone to walk on. The thing that I loved about the park though was the fact that many of the lazy rivers and pools used river ...
... 8217;clock and with a heavy bag, even if it was just hand luggage size, I didn’t fancy getting sweaty walking over there. Instead I opted for a taxi, and as soon as I walked out of the hostel doors I was greeted with the one reception had just ordered for me, but when the driver couldn’t tell me the name of who’d ordered it I hesitated about getting in, only to see the bright top light on the car and realise it was an official cab and that I ...