Comfort Inn Near SeaWorld
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... had awesome food, and invited us over. Nice family, a very diverse group.
Last week, Mike and I visited the Steinbach Haus in Castroville. It's a small, medieval house originally built in Wahlbach, County of Sundgau, Alsace, France, between 1618 and 1648 by the Steinbach family who lived in the home well into the 1900's. In 1998, it was given to the City of Castroville, Texas as a gift from the citizens of Alsace, France. ...
... and had been for a while. So we'll have to get that fixed. But it is a minor thing and apparently evidence of poor workmanship. We visited with Richey's and Gordon's for a while then Ronny & Linda arrived. Their coach is still in the shop, but it's supposed to be completed on Wednesday so that's when they will be arriving. After visiting for a while, we all went out to eat then Bob and I went grocery shopping. We didn't buy much, but we probably bought too much. Tomorrow we ...
... spot, I see a sign that says "trucks take upper level". The road I was supposed to be on was on the right....Yup, I was on the left. Swish and Swash (another made up word--I'm good huh) and the road bed narrowed to maybe a foot wide, well maybe 81/2 feet, and a very tight curve. Twenty mph tight, with a concrete wall on the left side of the coach and a bunch of pillars all over the place and cars going really fast. I grabbed the bottom of the seat ...
Sadly saying goodbye to The Texans we drove south towards Mexico aiming for Big Bend National Park. On the way we wanted to go via San Antonio to see both the Alamo and the river walk. The Alamo's legendary story is quite rightly a pretty emotional one. Even walking around hundreds of years later there were still people crying at the bravery the soldiers showed against the impossible odds that the Mexicans posed. The recovered letters from the generals of the Alamo were amazing ...
... barracks for the Mexican and Texan Armies during several battles which took place some time afterwards. There is a lot of history about this place and it'd bore us all senseless if I were to extrapolate on this. But, it made for an interesting visit and it really is a beautiful attraction.
Following on from this was our enjoyable walk around the Canals/River. At street level you can't ...