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Dead Animals Bass Pro Shop Outdoor World- An epic display of taxidermy

August 17, 2014
San Antonio, Texas

Visit San Antonio, they’re real friendly out here. The people of San Antonio are some of the friendliest we’ve encountered in America.   This post is mainly about the experience we had at the Bass Pro Sports- Outdoor World store. I had impressions of what it would look like in my mind and asked Aaron if this would meet expectations as we were both screaming in the car to stop and take a look while the girls were trying to calm us down. He was quite enthusiastic and adamant that we go visit and that our expectations would be exceeded. Upon parking…

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Destinations, USA

Coney Island- Flashflood warnings, rollercoasters, and hot dog eating contests

August 9, 2014
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Walking the 3 blocks from the Coney Island metro station to our Airbnb involved homeless people on the street, a mix of Italian Delis, nondescript Mexican and Chinese restaurants, women calling each other bitches and arguing, while a variety of color folk incessantly called each other nigga, one block eastward brought us to the Boardwalk, and any further from 17th St onwards was recommended off-limits due to the dense population of more aggressive neighbors. Our reason for a quick 2 days was a break before the city and the smell of ocean from New York City’s finest beaches….. We were…

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Destinations, USA

Wrigley Field Baseball Date

August 1, 2014
Chicago, Illinois- Bear hug in between innings

Welcome to America’s greatest summer pastime BASEBALL! Our relatives, living in the suburbs 45 minutes outside of Chicago drove us the end of the CTA Blue Line to avoid the terrible inbound and outbound traffic not to mention the city parking fees. A quick 30 minutes on the Blue line an another slightly quicker 20 minutes on the Red Line brought us to the Addison stop, 2 stops from Wrigley Field. Being a terrible season (and even during most seasons) we got to Chicago without tickets knowing/hoping we could easily save money getting scapled tickets right outside one of baseballs…

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