SpringHill Suites Galveston Island
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... on the other side on the ship. Yeah! We go and meet our main server Oscar and interestingly enough we are from the same country, El Salvador. We are sat at a big round table for 10. Just us 3 are there. But the view is nice. We can see the sunset every nite quite nicely. The dinner was good. I had fettuccine and Nat had chicken tenders, and mom had something I don't remember but says it was good. We head to our cabin and there is a puppy on my bed. Too ...
... the camp stove burning, so went to bed without any dinner. It was a wild and windy night but we survived warm and dry.
The next day, Saturday, we joined a small group for a nature walk led by two knowledgeable volunteers. They took us to the beach on the Gulf, where we explored the massive piles of sargassum that washes ashore. We had various devices to help sift through the sand and foliage to help find small ...
... for cross) and that BBQ was what we were looking for. After the pit stop we drove down to Galveston and the next morning witnessed Jessica killing it. I'm so proud of her and her friends, as well as Ian since he did a half Ironman the following weekend in Florida. With that said, when I get back from my trip and settle all my affairs, I will do the half Ironman and sis you can hold me to ...
... enjoyed watching them as we woke up. The kids had fun building a fort in the trailer after which we noticed Clare had somehow gotten a marshmallow stuck in her hair. We had to cut it out and still don't know how it happened!
After a swim and a game of mini golf we headed down the street to the state park. We set up, did some school work, went grocery shopping then drove ...
61 degrees this morning, but very foggy. We finally got to take a walk along the beach, in the fog. :)
After several blocks along the Seawall, we did a big square and walked thru the neighborhood. It's a mixture of some nicely restored houses, some okay houses, and a lot of pretty shabby houses. I guess a typical beach neighborhood. It was interesting because as we left the seawall area, the fog subsided, but ...
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