Courtyard By Marriott San Antonio North Stone Oak At Legacy
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... over 230 feet and deepest part of the caverns opened for tours goes 180 feet below the surface. We took the Discovery Tour, a three-quarter mile long and follows steep switchbacks that take you deep into the caverns. The last part of the tour, going out of the cavern, is so steep, even the younger visitors were huffing and puffing. The different sections of the ...
... First, the O. Henry House orginally built by German immigrant. Second, the Guenther House, the home a German mill owner. Third, Steves Homestead, the home of another wealthy German immigrant. And finally, King William Street named after Kaiser Wilhelm. Most old houses in that neighborhood were built by German immigrants of the 19th century. Check the pics and you will see why German influence is visible. The villas are built of stone instead of wood as commonly used in the ...
... in this case soft tacos.
By the way, yesterday I found a good drink to go with: Tequila Mockingbird.
If you care for less alcohol, beer will always do. Today, I discovered an old
Texaco gas station that was converted into a relaxed beer bar frequented by
students and artists mainly. It was a good spot to take a break.
For a sweet delight drop by a Mexican bakery. Sugar diet at its best!
... were infact part of Spain's strategic plan to expand & protect it's Territory. Missions were formed to convert the hunting gathering natives, provide a safe space for them to live, work & transform them into tax-paying citizen-farmers. Makes sense!!
... years after Texas was annexed to the United States, the US
Army began renting the facility for use as a quartermaster's depot. The
US Army abandoned the mission in 1876 after nearby Fort Sam Houston
was established. The Alamo chapel was sold to the ...