Days Inn Snyder
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... the southern Slavs. It was a tumultuous era with each ethnic group vying for power, culminating in horrific ethnic violence as the Nazis took control of Yugoslavia during WWII. Peace finally came to Yugoslavia during the Cold War. Old ethnic grievances were frozen under a new communist regime and a dictator named Josip Tito. This peace was all the youngsters playing on the Yugoslavian National basketball team had ever known. They were teammates. ...
... centuries here. Napoleon, Hitler, Stalin, and even Bill Clinton left indelible footprints here. The Balkan region is like a jigsaw puzzle that has been cut, recut, and cut again. The holy waters of the Mediterranean surround the Balkans as the expansive Alps run right through it. Europe's longest river, the Danube, flows through the Balkans to the Black Sea. This breathtaking beauty is juxtaposed against a dark historical past. This is Europe's ...
... in forming the Texas Park System in 1921 by donating part of their own land as a place that travelers could stop and take respite. And rest Lee did with the generator on and the AC a blowing. I had a lovely woodsey walk along a stream.
Now where is Abilene State Park? GPS somehow eluded us so we went in a large 70 mile circle but again....no cars, and ...
... offers a good selection of American (Texas) standards. Shirley had a quesadilla, Zella Mae had a chicken strip meal, and I had a good old fashion bacon and cheese hamburger with hand cut fries. Good food and lots of it.
Wednesday, we did a couple of things on the rig, ran a couple of errands and did our obligatory run to Wally World. That evening we went to Alicia’s to visit some more and to have dinner. ...
... for both of us she flew up just in time! While driving through Texas we have noticed many, many dead oak trees -- primarily Texas red oaks. Apparently there is a fungal disease that spreads tree-to-tree through connected root systems. It is so sad to see all those dead trees that were once beautiful, and know that it will take hundreds of years to replace them. I think every millimeter of Texas (except ...