Wingate By Wyndham San Marcos
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I'm leaving for Granada, Spain on May 30. I've asked friends, family, and professors who've been to Granada to make a list of "must-see" places and events to enjoy. It's like meeting a person you've already creeped on Facebook before. The Alhambra, Sierra Nevada, Royal Chapel, Generalife, Basilicas, and of course, many tapas bars! Last time I was in Spain was eighth grade and I never imagined I would be blessed enough to go back. I started packing the minute ...
... did our packing and prepared for our trip’s 6th flight the next morning to San Francisco! It was sad to leave Masi and Masa but knowing we would be with friends and family in San Fran was a nice feeling and from my last time there I knew I loved the city.
Next blog we’ll tell you about the week we spent in San Fran with Ru, KC & Avnish and our road trip down the Pacific Coast highway in our Mustang.
Hasta luego til then!! :-)
Pri & Raaj xxx
... the governance (more on that later) all feel like they are *from* Texas. One standout- a fellow I spoke with in Austin who said "I'm not from Texas- I'm from Austin". The Texas sound is a good one. Say what you will about Texas politics (not a fan) the music is terrific. From honky tonk to electric blues- this is a state that has a great sound.
The Katy Lanes: The city of ...
... of which team they are on. They were very classy fans. I did notice that the seats cleared out a bit after halftime, and there were some prime 50-yard line seats open that we may have tried to sneak into had we not been wearing Iowa State colors. The Longhorns were ahead, but the Cyclones had just scored. The game wasn't well enough in hand to not come back.
This rating is for the Texas fans, but there was one Iowa State fan in ...
When you're in Austin you expect live music with your Sunday brunch. Threadgill’s North wasn’t too far away, easy choice. Good home cooking, biscuits, gravy, and even those "cheesey grits" Mitt Romney mentioned eating in Alabama yesterday, obviously not up on the subtleties of grits.
Hank & Shaidri Alrich were already singing when I arrived, sweet voices carrying over the noise of hungry people in ...