Isabelle Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... out to be the Texas Motor Speedway. I was not able to get a photo of this immense facility, but I found one on the internet. This place is impressive, to say the least.
I have to say, Fort Worth appears to be very prosperous. Everything we saw from the highway looked neat and clean and new. We saw a lot of construction going on, a lot of beautiful houses in neat neighborhoods and a lot of industry…looks like they ...
... to 6 stops on the food tour, all local, all types including a coffee shop, supermarket, bar, and bakery. Our favorite was a maple boudin (kinda like sausage) biscuit. Serina liked it so much she became one of those people who takes pictures of food.
Then we stopped at Vermillionville to listen to their weekly Cajun jam session. It's a really tight community!
... the gentility the south is known for. Possibility for retirement. So hot and humid in the south we had to get the dogs shaved. A friend tells me they look like pole rats. Oh well at least they are cool and I can see any ticks ( God forbid). We left Albany with Uncle Fred and Aunt Del to their condo in Destin Florida. Have I mentioned how fun Robs family is? They opened their condo to Rob, the dogs ...
Walking in the heat of the day and touring the U.S.S. Kidd is hot and tiring. Let's look into the "Exit Now--Interstate Exit Directory" [an inch thick spiral bound book] and find a place within a short distance, stop for an overnight, and just rest. A quiet little RV park--Pioneer Camp RV Park--was just perfect for us; easy on/easy off to Interstate 10, easy pull-thru site so we didn't need to unhook the car, and it was time ...
... French couple. We're also joined by another American couple shortly after the tour begins. The guide was this sweet, older Cajun man and he did the tour in both French and English. It was interesting for me, as I understand some French. However, the tour itself wasn't very informational. The guide mostly just liked to chat and make silly jokes.
Either way, the village was cute and a peaceful place to spend an hour. I would like to ...