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... other hand will be busy. Mary and I will be testing our golf skills at TPC San Antonio, home course to the Texas Open. I'm not sure what we've gotten ourselves into but I'll be taking lots of pictures. Hopefully we will represent golf in The Villages well but no matter how we play, I'm sure we'll come home with some good golf stories.
That's all for now, stay tuned.
Angelo and Mary
... and they say Florida is hot!
Before I forget, let me tell you about our last dinner in New Orleans. We ate at John Besh's place Domenica, which is Italian for Sunday. It was a really authentic Italian trattoria, very informal and family friendly. The most memorable dishes we had were a pizza that we shared, with tomato and spicy salumi and an antipasto plate with meats and cheese. The pizza could have been made in Italy and brought to New ...
... practicing swimming, 80's music on the radio, then Tad, Andy and Daniel came in and I had a frozen margarita. Lunch was sandwiches in the room, followed by a little more park time. Then we showered and drove to San Antonio. First stop: ice cream shop. Next, Alamo. Then a stroll down the Riverwalk for a great dinner at Bella, a Mediterranean Italian restaurant. After dinner we did the mirror maze and laser challenge. We were all super tired and slept very ...
visited and had lunch lunch with some very good friends. It ws great seeing Tonia and
Bill and having lunch. Found out lots of information on the small town of Castroville. We also planned the trip to Dallas, got things organized again ready for the road on Tuesday. Steve and I both took long walk in the park. what a greatg little town it is. thanks Tonia and bill it was great to visit.
An interesting day, so to speak. We left Seminole Canyon about ten o'clock, and headed for Del Rio, Texas. It's about forty miles away. The skies were gray and the wind was having it's way with Shorty. It didn't bother me too much, as I'm getting used to driving with my hands clenched on the wheel and a pucker factor of about eight or nine. ;0)
We stopped in Del Rio and shopped for groceries at ...