La Quinta Inn Victoria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We had just
the best time staying at Mexico Beach in Florida. Meeting some great people, catching up with
old friends. Attending country and
western music nights, playing cards, bingo, walking and resting. I even managed to get a couple of games of
Rummikub in with Margaret.
It looks as though we will be calling into a couple of places during our summer travels to catch up with some of ...
... since it is Saturday. We stayed out there for a couple of hours, now we're watching Big Bang Theory. Hopefully we got all the plans made and then all we have to do is solidify them. It didn't go exactly the way I had envisioned, but then it is a group effort, so I need to learn to share. Will be heading for home tomorrow where we will be for about two weeks until we head to New ...
... tastes are 5 for $6 and you get to keep the glass (just what I need is another glass). Since I was the only one there, I actually got three extra tastes and then a sample of three sangrias, white, blush, and red. They were all very good. They haven't figured out how to bottle the sangrias, yet, but they give out a copy of the recipes. When we returned to the park, the Bakers were here and so we started our planning. We talked for ...
... HEB for a couple of things. When we returned, we went to the pool for a while and to relax. It is a very nice pool. The park itself is very nice, but since it is relatively new, it is wide open. The grounds are very nice and well kept. There is a small lake in the center and there is a fountain in the lake. There is a sidewalk around the lake, so it will be a nice walk. All the sites are back in and we are very close to the lake. There is a gate ...
"I hate History," I tell a classmate in the cafeteria. “I can't relate to dates. I don’t know the difference between one war and another. And I don’t care about things that happened way before I was born.”
“I feel the same,” Florence agrees, “1492, 1912, 1861… they’re just numbers to me.”
“I can memorize the dates in a chapter ...