Carrington's Bluff Bed and Breakfast
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... around here for most the day, it started raining in the afternoon so we moved our car around so as didn't get to wet walking. After we had finished our shopping we drove to our accommodation on the edge of San Antonio. We checked in then drove to Applesbys just down the road for dinner. After tea we just relaxed in our ...
... size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Foraging is a must in any way, shape or form (as noted with Voo Doo doughnuts).
All but me went to the gym in the morning. Nice to be by myself and i took it easy and had a long hot shower. Spotty all over and a but of a soar throat so not entirely well. Breakfast was an easy affair or rather a light one in the room. Coffee and not much mire. Left the hotel a bit after nine and apart from a quick return after few hours to put n more clothes wasnt even hours trudging around the streets f New Orleans. Initially i thought it was not much to this famous city but ...
... track through the canyontop grasslands. Little drop-offs and meandering ravines provided some fun along with the constructed jumps and rollovers. This was a safari. I honestly expected to turn the corner to see some zebras and wildabeasts bowing to Mufasa.
I biked down the road to Hamilton pool to find that the gates close at 6:00pm. It was 6:45. Reimer's Ranch had gotten a hold of me and I hadn't explored even half of the park. I threw the bike on the Mazda ...
... lit Big Room and then decided to hike back up the eighty stories or so of the Natural Entrance. Daylight never looked so sweet as at the end of that climb. The road part of the day was mostly long and boring. US 285 to I-10 past ranch land and oilfields on 70 and 80mph roads. The last leg on US 280 at least had some hills and towns. Austin definitely lives up ...