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Greetings, still from San Antonio;
Yesterday was a quiet day. Our only real activity was to go visit The Alamo. Walking inside the museum was very reminiscent of many of the Churches we have visited in Italy. There is a sense of quiet and reverence about what happened there. It was a moving experience. Pictures are not allowed in the museum but I did snap one of the outside.
... and they say Florida is hot!
Before I forget, let me tell you about our last dinner in New Orleans. We ate at John Besh's place Domenica, which is Italian for Sunday. It was a really authentic Italian trattoria, very informal and family friendly. The most memorable dishes we had were a pizza that we shared, with tomato and spicy salumi and an antipasto plate with meats and cheese. The pizza could have been made in Italy and brought to New ...
We slept in this morning and headed downstairs to the Dragon's Revenge slide when the park opened at 10am. Brynn got scared but everyone else rode, and afterwards we spent quite awhile at the Alligator River which was super fun. After that was Boogie Bahn and Katie and Annie both held on and did great for their first try. Then another go on the Alligator River. Brynn and I headed to swim in the hot pool while everyone else did The Falls. Great moment for ...
Although I now have to remember things from this past Monday (writing on Friday) there are several worth memorializing. The drive from Baytown to San Antonio was not very memorable except for the heat and pulling into a gas station and noticing a fissure in the cement requiring careful navigation. Paula wondered if it was from an earthquake. Come to find out, this part of the country gets so dry the damage is more violent than from frost up north. The earth dries out ...
... we settled for a beer in a nice bar that had been its old boiler house. Back to the bus stop and a short wait then got off at the Market which actually was just a lot of souvenir stuff so back on again after a bit longer wait, then off again at the King William area to see the old Victorian houses, mostly restored and really pretty also went in the Guenther House where they still make flour but it's also an historic building to look around and you ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility