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Travel Blogs from San Antonio
Left hotel after breakfast at 10 and set TomTom for San Antonio but on minor roads again. Pass through lots of small towns, a lot of the shops on the main streets seem closed - wonder where all these people work, on the land or oil fields I guess. More wind farms on the hills again, Peter gets quite excited when he gets a bend in the road as it's so unusual - thank goodness for the cruise control. Stop for petrol at Ozona, it's still $3.34 a gallon (although US gallons are ...
Catrina is a precious treasure to us. She is a beautiful example of a woman that seeks the Lord. She is always moving toward being the very best person she can be. She has raised three fabulous children that today love the Lord. She has created a home that is not only one of beauty, but it is one that feels safe and secure to those who enter. She ...
... high. I was so overwhelmed by all the traffic moving and circling around; it felt like an amazing design. George thought it was interesting, but he is much less amazed by what felt like an "engineering marvel" to me.
Is it a Gas Station or a Mini-Mall
We have seen truck stops across the country. Buccee's, a gas station only found in Texas, is a destination. There are 64 ...
Today is Valentine's Day and we would like to do something fun. We decided to head toward San Antonio to see the sights. Every new city we are in presents its own set of challenges. San Antonio is no exception—the streets are not square and there is a lot of road construction being done in the downtown area that we are planning to spend most of the day.
We finally find the Alamo and even find parking very close. ...
... the theme in this part of the state. Many of the stone structures, including the 200 year old Alamo, are of this distinct color, which appears to come from the limestone that is prevalent in this area of Texas. We saw a lot of it this afternoon along the roadside.
After our tour of the city we headed northwest to catch one of the major highways through the Hill Country. On the way, we stopped for lunch at Whataburger, a chain of burger joints we have been seeing a lot ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed