Courtyard by Marriott San Antonio Airport
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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 ...
... and tacos (in Germany better known as tortilla
chips). Preferably from Doritos.
Hence, you have two types of body shapes. The oversized one is predominant. The
minority type can either withstand tacos or counterbalances with running.
Specially at the Riverwalk of San Antonio you see quite some runners at any
time of the day.
So now you wonder what I had for lunch today? Of course tacos!! Tacos de
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Wanting to take a photo of the church I waited for a while for a lady in a red coat to step aside then politely asked it she would move while I took a photo. (Sometimes you have to ...
... the mission until December 1835, when General Martin Perfecto de Cos surrendered it to the Texian Army following the siege of Bexar. A relatively small number of Texian soldiers then occupied the compound. Texian General Sam Houston believed the Texians did not ...