Historic Kuebler Waldrip Haus and Danville Schoolhouse Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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We now are in San Antonio. We are staying at my grandparents house for three days and they have agreed to let me and my two brothers to work for them for shearing sheep. My grandparents own a sheep farm there. We got paid $15 an hour and worked for 7 hours, all three days we stayed. We made a total of $915. It was very nice for them to allow us to make some money and stay with them. Before we left, we filled up our gas tank again for ...
... anything about the slide lockout. Guess I got a little testy since I told him that apparently someone there did since they had to unlock the slide in order to install the refrigerator. Bottom line, we'll take it back over there on Monday and hopefully it won't take long to fix it. Also I'm thinking they should do so for free since it was working before they had it in their possession. We'll ...
... three hours in the rain we ended up with nothing. Nancy had another supper waiting for us when we arrived back at the camp. She had prepared pork loin in mushroom sauce, mashed potatoes, mustard greens, and biscuits with southern gravy. Nancy had also made a multilayer dessert which was delicious. Everything was delicious.It rained all night and the thunder and lightning continued. There were tornado warnings for the region near us and one person was killed just west of Texarkana, about ...
- drove for about an hour and 15 minutes to San Antonio where I got to see the Alamo!
- took a tour of the Alamo and learned about the battle that took place there
- after the tour I filled up the car with gas for $95.23 and headed to Carlsbad, NM ...
... told us that we were a pleasure to have on the trip; and that he had become spoiled and would expect others to behave the same. We wished him luck on that one!
6) Research the best time to take your trip: Boy, did I blow this one. No wonder the prices was the lowest of the season; it was HOT and HUMID! August is the hottest month of the year. Enough said okay!
7) If joining a tour, try and get with a small group tour: Our group ...