La Quinta Inn Galveston East Beach
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Day 5A day of rest at the Galveston Island State Park! I took the day off from driving and rested and rearranged my stuff. The bed in the back had become wet from the rainstorm the other day so I set everything out to dry well. In the afternoon I went for ...
Day 4I headed for Baton Rouge and then along the Gulf of Mexico coast as it was all Mississippi delta marsh and I wanted to see it. I wound my way along slowly and found a road that was as close to the gulf as I could get. I kept a lookout for alligators, to no avail though as it is too cold out. Saw some Ibis and white and blue herons. Lots of marsh plants looked familiar. Had ...
Today we had another lay in. It was just after 08:00 when we all surfaced, abluted, and then breakfasted. The Brekkers Buffet is mucho niceio, the OJ is cold and the coffee is hot.
Some of the guys left today and headed north - pretty much everyone is heading north from here some with as many as 2000+ miles to go to get harry homers. Today, we (and Dave S, Chris K and Denny M with Mushroom on the back of LJ) took a little ...
... right onto the rocks. lol
We noticed that each penguin was wearing a bracelet around their flipper. We happened to catch feeding time, which was awesome. They're so docile. There were 5 or 6 female workers hand feeding them fish, which we thought was odd. Then we learned that they hide vitamins in the fish, and they keep track using the bracelets (each bracelet has a different colour combination ...
... is a registered historical artifact representing its significance through which thousands of NEW Americans passed. Apparently, the Moody's put up a Christmas tree in 1911 and it wasn't taken down until 1983. Crazy ???? - he was the 10th richest man in the USA when he died in the 1920's. Mrs. Moody died in 1974. Their grandson lives in Galveston and is the President of the Moody Foundation which runs various businesses in Galveston and the area.
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