Sleep Inn University
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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This will be a quck post since there are some long gaps in getting a signal to get online out here in the desert of West Texas. Border Patrol checks everyone before they get on the train here. A lady selling burritos at the train station. That's good, better than train food. Texas takes a long time to get through, will be heading into New Mexico soon. I am looking at Juarez, Mexico about 100 yards away across the fence they have ...
After getting out of the van, I made my way to the bus station nearby. I attempted to buy a ticket, but the lady said I wasn't old enough. The cops came into the building, so I ran into the bathroom. I met a nice man who said he would take me to L.A. if I pay him. I look for my money ...
... we had a long drive in front of us.
Fredricksburg, TX: In the middle of Texas wine country was Fredricksburg. We decided it was the downtown Sonoma of Texas Wine. It was quaint. We're already planning our trip back to Austin- so maybe this will be something that we can tack on.
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