BEST WESTERN Windsor Pointe Hotel & Suites-AT&T Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... For those who are curious, I started this blog for family members and really, anyone else who wants to keep up with me while I go on this European adventure. I hope y'all enjoy reading it and I am sorry in advance if it is somewhat lacking. I will try to update as often as I can but I am kind of a noob at all of this blogging. Wish me luck!
Cheers, tea and crumpets, bits 'n bobs, and all of that poppycock
(My attempt to sign off)
--- Until next time, Kelsea
... inland and scrubby trees and grasslands. Met up with Even and met his girlfriend that he is staying with and helped move a few big chairs around. San Antonio is interesting in that it doesn’t have many tall buildings and is spread out more so it has a more neighbourhood feel to it. More smaller shops along the riverwalk that runs through the city giving it a nice atmosphere. We went out to eat lunch at a tasty ...
The joys of a hot Texan breakfast - cook-your-own waffles, or scones (called "biscuits") with turkey patties. We settled for cold hard-boiled egg on toast and apple juice. Afterwards, we drove to San Jose Mission but could only admire the outside of the Church due to a funeral. These stations were started by missionaries (Franciscan or Benedictine) to protect, educate and convert native Indians. Most are still active parishes. We then wandered to ...
It was a quick trip from Corpus to San Antonio. The Admiralty RV park was nice with well spaced sites and cement slabs. They even showed us to our site and helped us with positioning. The park was pretty well located for us to visit the city and actually right across the street from Sea World (which we didn't visit).
The weather was agreeable, so we spent a lot of time two wheeling - both pedaled and motorized. San Antonio has ...
... In 1793, the mission was secularized
and soon abandoned. Ten years later, it became a fortress housing the
Mexican Army group the Second Flying Company of San Carlos de Parras,
who likely gave the mission the name "Alamo."