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Have to spend another day in the Brownsville Area ... help

rworange | Mar 31, 201001:48 PM     6

Some government or another is processing our car so we can travel thru Mexico thru Central Ameria. It looks unlikely like we will make it across tonight.

So the evergreen question "What's good to eat in the area?" We like anyting. Nothing too expensive or fancy. No chains.

Seems like there are lots of seafood joints. Any of them good?

Any decent Southern buffets? Is Furr's Family Dining worth the stomach space? How about bbq? Any good bakeries? Breakfast tommorrow?

Any bakeries? Does anyone sell kolaches this far south. I was thinking Walmart might. They seem to fit the region. No kolaches that I could see but the walmart I visited were making tortillas on site ... 50 cents a bag, I think.

Anyway, suggestions?

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