Bonner Garden Bed and Breakfast
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... line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Not as sore from the bike ride as we thought when we woke up! Walked up to the Daily Grind for a quick breakfast and coffee, brought it back to the room. Slowly packed up, then met Mike at Sarika Thai restaurant for lunch - the pad thai was delicious! Kelly and Mike got chicken wings to go, in addition to their meal. We bid Mike adieu and continued on our drive into the hill ...
... to stop for snacks. We passed the University of the Incarnate Word, where my grandmother Dorothy Hoyt attended many years ago. On the ride back we passed the San Antonio Zoo, the Last Outpost, the Witte Museum, and the Art museum.
Back to the hotel, then walked to the Riverwalk for dinner at Paesano's - my favorite! Sat at a table outside and enjoyed their signature dish and a glass of wine. Talked about the many times we ...
... taking Psymon with us this time. It did not disappoint. In the light of day you could see all the beautiful flowers and buildings and artwork. We stopped at the Original Mexican Cafe and had breakfast. Food was great and we were entertained by lots of baby ducks and other wildlife as we relaxed and took in the morning. Michael went to pay for breakfast and guess what: his card was declined! I started chuckling as I knew why. ...
... San Antonio is the most historic city in Texas. San Antonio is also the most popular, both for its pivotal historic role and its natural beauty. Once home to the Comanche Indians, San Antonio balances a thriving economy with a careful preservation of its past. Most of the historic sites lie within a block of the pedestrian friendly Riverwalk in the downtown core.
On Tuesday, 10/21, we made arrangements ...
Well, we really only saw the outside of the Alamo. The line to get in snaked around the block.
We took the 42 bus from the RV park into town and got dropped off right by the Alamo. With the long lines at the fort/mission, we went on a Trolley Tour. The guide was good ...