Aloft San Antonio Airport
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... around success. Steve's mother, Hazel, his sisters and their families; Liz, Apryl, Nancy, Valerie and Jenna were there also. This baby girl is going to have an army of aunties. And of course, Megan, Kate's big sis, who has been very supportive and Aaron, Kate's younger brother who gave Kate a special gift of not being there! And finally, what can I say about my daughter, Jessica? She threw a wonderful shower and will ...
... it. We did a bit more shopping and bought some jeans from American Eagle - they were on sale for $30, then we decided to go out to NorthStar Mall (between downtown and the airport, maybe about 10 miles away), as I had found a shop that stocked The North Face. Ryan had previously tried on a jacket of this brand in San Fran, but we didn't buy it - it was in one of those tourist gift shops and we stupidly thought we would be able to get it cheaper somewhere else..we should have ...
... was gobsmacked at the price - $244. He told us that it could not be right, and he didn't feel comfortable taking so much money from us. He thought there must have been some kind of mistake. We acted dumb like we didn't know that was the rate we agreed on. He looked it up on the system; he couldn't see a mistake as such but couldn't understand why the fee was so high compared to car hire in San Antonio (and most other cities at that), for much, much MUCH less! The man tried to ...
... each name and where they came from. We went back to the River Walk and walked the majority of it. There were so many ducks swimming in the river and ducklings too. I tried to convince Evan to steal a baby duck and he just wouldn't do it. At the end of our walk was the Briscoe Western Art Museum. It had a stagecoach that had been refurbished. It also had a large collection of stirrups and saddles used by cowboys. We ended our day by walking to the Tower of the Americas. It is a ...
... he finished with his part-plugging holes and painting-he either didn't tell anyone or the person he told did not do his part. At any rate, the awning was not in place AND the replacement one was the wrong color! Vicki spoke with us and told us that Michael was reattaching the medicine cabinet door and then they would wash it (free of charge) and they would order another awning (third time's the charm?). So when we return from this ...