Americas Best Value Inn Rockport / Fulton
Travel Blogs from Rockport
... Good food, kind of expensive. Watched the ferry go across to Aransas Pass. After lunch, out to the beach, tons of RV's, cars. along the Pass out to the Gulf. Nice beach - very wide. Small town feel (4000 population). We are really impressed. Jane even said it might be fun to come and spend a month here. It really is good. Course, it is now Friday afternoon. The traffic ...
... that prepares the mouth-watering smoked meat.
When we arrived that Thursday for home smoked beef brisket, it was 11 year old Ellie who greeted us with her great big, friendly smile, took our order, our money and gave us our change and said “yes, ma’am” and “no, ma’am” to my many questions.
And then it is 15 year old Makenna and 14 year old Kacey who keep folks returning for ...
Took in the film Gravity, OK, dinner at Harrisons on the Bay, stayed till dark to see the Harbor Bridge lights, 2nd tallest bridge in Texas, with over 950 LED lights synchronized with a performance by the Corpus Christi Symphony, pretty cool thing to ...
Lunch today @ Water Street Oyster bar, crab cake burger w/sweet potato fries, yummy! Then onto Texas State Aquarium. Nice place, have been to much better Aquariums. Stopped off at Pauls Seafood Market, Mahi Mahi for dinner, also started stocking the freezer with fresh catch!!
Were able to watch SLU when we got back to the Coach, they are on ...
... So, we stopped at the Bakery Café. Unfortunately, it was right at noon. We don't usually operate by the clock when traveling so this busy little café in this little wee town caught us off guard. The menu claimed that this little spot has had national recognition. It was definitely NOT the cleanest we'd ever been in; it was very crowded and we were tempted to leave without eating. But, we were very hungry and the waitress promised a short 10 minute ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking