Royal Inn Pearsall

Address: 1807 W Comal St, Pearsall, Texas, 78061, United States | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 1807 W Comal St, Pearsall.
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      Texas Disaster

      A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Jun 06, 2012

      5 comments

      ... do not give to people (although some of my friends
      have told me that I am much more of a giver than I give myself credit for)
      I am definitely not a taker..
      I do not think that I am a giver - but maybe???
      So what am I???
      I am a keeper - I like to keep what is mine....

      Anyway - the show must go on.......

      I knew a couple in Ottawa who pulled out of a shopping centre (Shopper's City East) onto the street (Ogilvy St.) without looking and were hit by a truck ...

      Het begin

      A travel blog entry by quinten.wiersma on May 14, 2012

      dus zo het begin van mijn reis, lekker bezig met plannen en allemaal dingen regelen maar nu vooral het contact

      om jullie mee te laten genieten lees het maar de eerste mailtjes

      Dear mr and mrs Nielsen,
      Leonie Prins, family of mine, spoke to me about your horse ranch in Texas. I'm very interested in horses and Leonie told me it might be possible for me to come over and work at your ranch for a period of three months, or maybe even longer.Now I ...

      Driving along Hwy 21 into East Texas

      A travel blog entry by wbcci1529 on Mar 04, 2009

      3 comments

      ... from where? No clue. Getting closer to Crockett I saw Cottonwoods in bloom, and the Red Bud Trees had been blooming all along the way. The area also had a bunch of cattle ranches with breeding stock having lunch in their pastures. Driving to the RV Park the surrounding area was very pretty, and I had hopes of spending the night in a pleasant setting. Wrong! I turned into the park to find that about an acre of a local rancher's land had ...

      San Antonio

      A travel blog entry by drmom on Mar 24, 2007

      5 photos

      ... we went on Roadrunner (beep-beep!). A basic roller coaster without any inversions, but very good for it's kind. It reminded me of Thunderation at Silver Dollar City. It is relatively fast with multiple curves and sharp turns. From there we went to the Rattler. This is a large wooden roller coaster a-la Colossus at Magic Mountain. Again, no inversions, but multiple large hills. This was our least ...

      San Antonio

      A travel blog entry by drmom on Mar 23, 2007

      7 photos

      ... school here. Very nice to have some time with someone that I only see once in a blue moon. We had a good time over some Texas barbecue. The afternoon was spent at the San Antonio Zoo. Pretty good, as zoos go. They have a lot of bird exhibits, along with all of the standard zoo animals. For dinner we headed back to the Mexican marketplace. We've learned that Emily is not a big fan of ...