Wingate By Wyndham San Marcos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... said yes. I've never been so nervous to go on a trip. I will miss my friends, my dog, my apartment, the San Marcos river, and my boyfriend so much. However, I'm hoping I can get some community service time in somewhere between the going out, the studying, and the exploring so I will probably be pretty busy there. It's funny how I don't plan to change my lifestyle even though I will be thousands of miles away. Busy! Busy! Busy!
I'm taking Spanish 3 and ...
... and first visit with Santa. And then I wondered just where these pictures would end up; the walls on which they would hang, the computer wallpapers they'd become, the photo albums they'd be filed away in, the Facebook posts and all the "likes" and comments that would follow. These pictures were for posterity. Those infants would grow up and look upon these photos seeing themselves in Santa's arms, then pass it on when their time comes. These mothers, fathers ...
... rain. And it rained. And rained. And rained. And we decided against catching the bus. Because who knows why. And so it rained some more. We huddled underneath the tiny umbrella and got absolutely soaked walking across the city to Congress Street. We stopped off at a Starbucks so Kelsey could grab another spiced pumpkin latte on the way.
There was no way we were walking any more, so once we hit Congress we staked out a ...
Nutrition is an important element in healthy living to human beings. With the availability of fast foods and junks, many people are risking their health by engaging in poor quality nutrition habits that in the long run lead to complications and diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure. What most people fail to understand is that ...
... she’d finished asking where my ticket home was (online as it’s an e-ticket) she took the $6 entry fee and sent me on my way to have my bags completely emptied by another officer: the bag that had everything strategically placed in it so I could just take hand luggage with me rather than checking in any bags. To top it off my umbrella strap broke, but at least I was in the country, even if I hadn’t had the most warming welcome; luckily I know ...