La Quinta Inn Galveston East Beach
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It's really hard to believe that it has been 9 years today since Andy passed away.
I am determined not to be sad. I know that Andy is in heaven and what better place could he be?
I cannot begin to understand why Andy had so many medical challenges during his short life and I often wonder...
Why couldn't he make his own …
It was a big drive to Texas, the lone star state. We were on the road about 7 hours again and arrived to our destination for the night, Galveston Island around 5 in the evening. It was extremely windy and continued to be so for the whole night, making tent pitching, cooking dinner and even sleep very ...
... I nibbled on both but was most impressed with the crab's legs.
Dave did a geocache adjacent to the pier where he dropped off the second RBLR TRAVEL-BUG and the two others he brought over from UK. Dave then went for a 30-mile ride down the Galveston Seawall to Jamaica Beach with Dave S to find another geocache in amongst the sand dunes. He found it and dropped of his third and final RBLR Travel Bug. There was a wee bit of treasure in there which he took ...
... was maintained and we even overtook on a solid yellow and a 1%er, without asking his permission first, As we blatted past a small truck doing about 55mph the 1%er was pootling along at about 56mph. We may have passed him doing abut 85mph - Oops! Dave did give a little wave and he assured me that he gave a full five finger acknowledgement. Well, without the Police closing off all the junctions Dave and Stacy's bikes ...
Received confirmation today (July 11th, 2013) that our good friend Dale has passed through customs and will be boarding his new home this evening! Post was made for July 5th as this is the day we dropped off our dear friend at the port in Galveston.
Next stop for the car: Guayaquil, Ecuador.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking