Super 8 Alamo/McAllen Area
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... very appreciative. Well, let me tell
you not as appreciative as those who have ate his food, which is all, cooked on
outside grills, on wood and charcoal.
Wednesday saw us head over to Nuevo Progresso
in Mexico. I got a pedicure, which I have had a couple of and has done wonders
for my nails and my toes and feet, and bit the bullet and got a hair cut, after
finding a girl in a private shop who understood a little English and gave me a
... and returned and arrested and returned every year. Unfortunately
the food and the service in the restaurant is not really the best, although
everyone seemed to enjoy the Pork Tenderloin sandwich, but my ½ lb. Angus
burger, which Angie and I shared, along with a draft Bud was quite
disappointing, compared to some of the great eateries here in the Valley. Look
out Riverside, because they are working on rebuilding and reviving the now
famous Pepe’s on ...
... and Chris from Corunna, Steve and Kita from Picton, Jim and Alice from Ste. Anne MB., Dale and Barb from Sioux Falls S.D., Joy Clark from Creola OH, Don and Debbie, Nic and Rosanne, and Mike and Jane, all from Lake of the Ozarks, plus numerous others that drifted in and out of our lives as Winter Texans.
A lot of these people came to visit us on our last day, and again as we were leaving the park in the morning. I had become quite friendly with the Latino fellow that cleaned ...
... ginder but having a sideways spinning knobby disk instead of an auger. It takes all the kernels off a cob in 4 seconds. · The USA/Mexican fence is NOT being built along the border. It is constructed on solid ground high above the Rio Grande flood plain and also acts as a levee during a potential Tsunami. It takes a lot of concrete - a 20ft wide the concrete base is placed 6ft below the base of the berm, then a 20ft high jersey barrier is poured on top of that. ...