Red Roof Inn San Antonio I-10 East
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... than I expected. My corn tortillas rolled up around shredded chicken with cooked carrots, sliced cooked potatoes covered in a deadly delicious mole sauce...what can I say...I'm Mexican,grew up on this stuff,I'm sixty five so my mom hasn't been around to cook this for a very long time, I closed my eyes and just enjoyed! The company of my daughter, great ambience , better food and a waiter that never failed in anything,,,I'll definitely be back! Very good choice mija,love ...
6th-7th August Not a great deal to talk about after yesterday as it was a driving day, we drove from New Mexico into Texas, and drove down to San Antonio, a fairly uneventful drive. When we arrived we put up tents and then most people went to enjoy the pool, which was lovely. I have decided I don't know how people survive here, the humidity and the heat are unbelievable! Then Marie and I went into San Antonio to have a look round the river walk, ...
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We found a very reasonably priced motel for the night a few miles past Beaumont Texas in a small town called Kountze I think the best we have stayed in so far and breakfast was included in the price.Tuesday 17th March
We are getting in to a good routine of packing, loading the bike and we both check the room thoroughly but still a few minutes down the road one or both of us are thinking did I pack ...
... booths selling their work. Spanish colonists began the church in 1731 and a French Gothic addition was completed in 1873. A modern restoration includes a three-piece gold-leaf altar piece. It's a beautiful church which also contains the remains of defenders of the Alamo.
We may have walked by the Governor's Palace, but I'm not sure about that.
In the afternoon we ventured by car to the McNay Art ...
... inhabited the lands, the indigenous Indians. The Indians were dying from disease bought by Europeans and outside conflict from other Indian clans fighting for hunting territory. They sought protection from Spanish Missionaries, who taught them a 'civilised' lifestyle, and converted them to Catholicism. Thus changing their heritage and religious ways forever. The buildings and churches were beautifully made in the ...