Ocean Village Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a campground outside of Austin in the Texas Hill Country. The winds followed us and made for another interesting night in the tent. The next morning, Monday, it was raining. The activities we had planned were all to be outdoors. So, we decided to head towards Dallas. Rain started pouring down as we were driving north along I-35. No tent tonight! We are now at the Holiday Inn Express with no risk of getting our feet wet.
... I had screwed up, I thought the Jack
Robertson band came on at 4:00 pm, but after talking to the other couples I
went on the net and found they started at 5:30 pm. This screwed everything up
for us, and the couples had left separately for the day so I could not convey
our new plans, dinner first.
Post 44 serves dinner from 5:00 – 7:00 pm so we arrived on
site at 4:45 got our drinks and seats at the bar, and watched closely as the
kitchen staff ...
0730. Woke up & we all started packing & cleaning up. 0930. We all took off for McDonald's. Not sure why because they were planning to eat Kim Son buffet in Houston for lunch. 1000. We parted ways from everyone. Mando & I made plans to meet up with Jeb for lunch. 1300. Had lunch at Nit Noi. Jeb got to meet Mando & Ava. It was a nice lunch. Good to see him after over a year. 1900. Got home finally. Unpacked & rested. It was an awesome trip! Can't wait for next ...
... is almost on the beach with the dunes protecting you and bayside is near the boat ramp and over four miles of nature trails with an observation platform and boardwalks. This campground is on Galveston Island with its resort type atmosphere and plenty of shopping, restaurants and beaches. Bathhouses were new, clean and a short walk from ones site and beach. The second grouping of the beach section doesn’t have a bathhouse as of ...
... on this, my first ocean trip! I will tell you about that in a moment. Seawall in Veracruz The opportunity of open ocean sailing presented itself when friend and attorney Greg Gladden asked me to crew for him on the Regatta de Amigos from Galveston Texas to Veracruz Mexico departing June 2nd, 2006. Of course, I said yes! Greg had a well equipped Benneteau First 42 docked next to my Tayana at Kemah Boardwalk Marina. This photo is of ...