Aloft San Antonio Airport
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... was dismantled and shipped from France to Texas and reassembled in Castroville. It looks like a storybook house from times past. The 400 year old heavy timber framework of the house was re-erected in 1998 and the following year brick and mortar were added to enclose the framework. The roofing tiles, doors, window and shutters were shipped to Castroville from France. The exterior of the house was plastered by volunteer craftsmen in late ...
Departed home about 8 am. As per our usual routine, ate breakfast out. This time we went to Tejas Cafe. They have the best breakfast tacos, however, they have increased their prices significantly! Before we paid $6.70ish for two tacos and two coffees, now it's $9.20ish! Anyway, since we can't plug in at the storage facility to cool the refrigerator, because we trip the GFCI and there isn't room at the house right now, we decided that we would just run the generator while driving ...
... with both hands (think about that my friends) and got us thru a-ok. Whew. Now I know why I have grey and thinning hair. Anyhow I let go of the seat and drove on up to Boerne Texas and got us a campground.
The campground was called "Top of the Hill", and it was--on top of the hill. To get to the top we had to traverse a 12% grade thru a narrow gap on a dirt road. Once up the hill we had a nice level spot that was very windy and the ...
... defiant they were to certain death in the name of Texan and American freedom. We then did the impressive river walk which was really well done and maintained, making for a good stroll around San Antonio. Apart from this there wasn't too much more to do in San Antonio so we left and followed the Spanish mission trail which the Spanish settlers took when they arrived in America and Christianised the natives. This was pretty cool as we saw some of the old and still in use ...
... the canals but once you pop down to escape all the noise above, it's like a little oasis down there. We ended up at San Antonio's oldest bar up on a fan cooled balcony overlooking the beautiful canal. We drank, ate and were merry, just brilliant. We left the bar and headed back to the hotel where we settled in, in anticipation of our big drive to Carlsbad, New Mexico the next day, a good 6-7 hours away. ...