Alamo City's Little Flower Inn
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... had awesome food, and invited us over. Nice family, a very diverse group.
Last week, Mike and I visited the Steinbach Haus in Castroville. It's a small, medieval house originally built in Wahlbach, County of Sundgau, Alsace, France, between 1618 and 1648 by the Steinbach family who lived in the home well into the 1900's. In 1998, it was given to the City of Castroville, Texas as a gift from the citizens of Alsace, France. ...
... up the reservoir and got on our way. Everything was working as it was supposed to. I asked Bob if we should stop in Johnson City to check the fluid level and said he didn't think so since everything was working well. However, there is a downhill drive right before a bridge going into Marble Falls, so you can see what I was thinking. But I wasn't driving, so I didn't know how it was handling. Well just as we were driving into Johnson City and slowing for a light, once again the ...
... There is a mirrored billboard on the stage where you can pay to have your phrase of choice appear for increasing $ amounts as the night goes on. We got into it and early on got our travel blog title 'Freedom50Plus' posted (see photo evidence). We upped the ante a little later with a tribute to the famous spirit of our BU alma mater with a #GaiterNation post. Fun.
Sunday morning, back in the car for an eight hour drive to New Orleans and maybe more ...
... It was just what the doctor had orderered. Everyone loved the food there and it was surprisingly cheap at what would have been £15! We then headed back towards the mall and luckily the shops were now open. A quick wander and a run for the bus and we were back at camp just in time to meet Clara who was driving us to a gun range. We needed up at Nardis Gun club where I choose (on advice from Tom) to go with a smith and Wesson ...
... br> We had dinner at a Mexican Cantina overlooking the Riverwalk, it was nice to kick back and do a bit of people watching.
We got back to our campsite about 9pm and had to pitch our tents in the dark, we are all becoming very proficient in setting up camp in both daylight and dark. It appears that we have swapped tarantulas for cockaroaches tonight, someone has spotted a tree nearby that is infested with the horrible little buggers.