Days Inn San Antonio at Palo Alto
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... weeks, we've met new friends from all over the U.S. and Canada. Like Steve and Faye from British Columbia, who have a cattle ranch they down sized from 9000 acres to 2000, so they could travel more. We went to the San Antonio cattle drive to see the huge longhorn steers come right down Houston Street, in the center of San Antonio. We also went to the Livestock Show with them. They were an incredibly nice couple, who made us laugh ...
... go grocery shopping once we arrive at our destination. So off we went. Driving north on 281 we ran into the usual traffic, but it seemed we were making good time. About Bulverde, I heard Bob say "****" and "we have no brakes" the "low brake fluid light" came on and by the time we could slow down enough to pull off, we could smell the brakes. As luck would have it, we had stopped by a Velaro with a Jiffy Lube type place beside it. We got out, dropped the hood, finally located ...
... We also tried to get tickets for a show at the Majestic theater for Friday night but the box office wasn't open when we went there at 6:00. We found a pub on the river walk and enjoyed fish and chips for dinner. Friday we headed into town by bus - arrived by 10:30. We bought tickets for Penn and Teller performance for that night at the Majestic. Then we went to the Alamo and toured through it. By the time we finished it was raining. We ate lunch ...
... off at the kennel and headed back to the campground to catch the bus to downtown. Today, we want to visit the Alamo, Riverwalk and Market Square. It was a quick ride and our first stop was the Alamo. One of the great icons of the American Southwest, the Alamo sits at the center of San Antonio. The Alamo itself is a small Mexican church which was built in 1724 and stands much as it has for nearly 300 years and is ...
... leaving SA, but by time we left the towns in between SA and Fort Worth, they were full. We got into Fort Worth right on time, and Mike and Jacki were waiting for us. The bags were with us so were able to get them to the vehicle, loaded, and on the way.
I didn't recognize Mike when we walked down the platform to turn into the station . . . he is wearing more facial hair than I remember!!