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... in TX we all went to a Tex-Mex restaurant. Adults really enjoyed it, children not so much. Not a lot of Mexican restaurants in Newtown PA. Their reward for not fussing that there was nothing on the menu they liked, was a visit to Dairy Queen. That was a fitting end to their trip to Texas. Dairy Queen started in Texas and is literally in every single town! Lily has wanted to go to DQ since the day they arrived in ...
... we liked Austin a lot better. It has a quirky vibe to it and more space to hang out and enjoy your time. San Antonio seemed to be equal parts 1) typical big city, 2) theme park, and 3) River Walk geared to get tourists to open wallets.
Overall, we really enjoyed our time in Eastern and Central Texas. Stay tuned for our next entry, in which you'll hear all about Lajitas, Texas, the Rio Grande, border patrols, Bid Bend National Park, and the beer-drinking goat mayor!
... with details as the dates got closer.
Come to find, I got roped into more than I was led to believe because after learning that the head of all Food and Beverage, Emanuelle, was the one in charge of the whole affair, I had a chat with her about the schedule and my duties. Emanuelle told me that not only are there the Teas, but also three open houses and the delivery of gifts on Christmas day. That would be 12 gigs in all -- each a different format. For ...
... hostel and bed. And that's Texas. Oh, apart from this crazy service station we stopped at, called Buc-ee's ... the largest service station I've ever seen with pretty much everything and everything you could possibly want, including something called Beaver nuggets, which I was not game to try. Definitely only in America. So now were on our way to Carlsbad caverns in New Mexico, and then White Sands, Monument Valley and Tombstone. Pretty cool ...
... We plan to come back here and eat the sesame shrimp with jalapeno coleslaw at the Cabernet Grill!
We had to pull over a few times for a better looksie at a cute B&B or a laugh...such as the sign on the side of the road that said NO DUMPING, and in front of it was a pile of trash and scrap metal. We saw peacocks, buffalo, wild turkey, a camel farm (no lie) and a huge miniature horse farm. Cattle thus far are rare. I was intriqued by the ...