Courtyard By Marriott San Antonio North Stone Oak At Legacy
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... up hill and down hill. And then we ran out of road. OK, new plan. Cross over to the Lower Loop and take it backwards, since we know it would have to come out where we started. Yes, going the wrong way on a single track is not good biking etiquette, but we did it anyway. After a while we met up with a guy named Rex who explained how to get to a jeep road. So we did that for a while. Rex came back to make sure we ...
... we booked it back - the trip back was shorter than going out. We realized we rode about 12 miles total (according to my iPhone app) - not as many as we thought, and we could have gone further. Next time we'll start at the Alamo and go all the way through the missions and back - yeah! But nonetheless it was a great ride! Of course I had to ask Kelly if he "knew the way to San Jose" on the way back...ok, never mind.
Back to ...
... astronauts have sat before us. The current Mission Control is now located on the floor below where the old one was located, and you can actually see the centre through a live feed into the old viewing room where we sat. It is pretty darn awesome (and they even still have the red phone/hotline to th president in there too).
The last stop on the tram tour was to Saturn 5 - a real, live rocket. Saturn 5 was originally built to be the next Apollo mission, number ...
... limestone…that pinkish tan stuff. We passed through small one-streetlight towns where you could eat at Doc’s Fish Camp and Grill or the Double Horn, buy your favorite pick-up (I think everyone in Texas has one), western boots and John Deere tractors.
One of these towns was Johnson City, hometown of LBJ. An inquiry informed us that the town was named after his grandfather. It was nothing that would impress…just an old, run down shabby town in a ...
... in the room, I went across the street to the Magott's Grocery for some beverages. Oh, and earlier in the day I had purchased my Powerball winning tickets at this grocery! This is the one that has been in business since 1863! And, we learned from the locals at the desk that they do indeed pronounce it 'maggot's!'
Then it was time for a siesta! Hey, there a lot of things that the locals do here that are worth adopting!