Courtyard San Antonio Medical Center
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... into a hole that led to the caverns in 1920. The caverns, named after the dog, Dixie, are a limestone foundation and travel up into the mountain, rather than down.
Here in Texas, The Natural Bridge Caverns are just northeast of San Antonio, and founded 1960 by four college students from St. Mary's University. The caverns, the largest in ...
San Antonio part 2: Today I wandered off the key tourist spots, but still along San Antonio's Riverwalk.
On the way to a Mexican hot spot, I stopped at the Spanish Governor's Palace built in the Adobe style of architecture. Then, I found a charity second hand shop. In case, I run out of proper clothes, there I find everything I need for about 3.99 USD a piece. Lunch has happend at a Mexican restaurant (see separate entry on food).
After that I walked ...
... 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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In contrast to our visit to the Alamo we really liked our tour of the San Jose Mission with the ranger who explained that the Missions of San Antonio were far more than churches they were communities. Each was a fortified village, with its own church, farm & ranch. I always thought Missions main objective was to convert the people. The Missions in ...
... the end of the Texas Revolution, they tore down many of the Alamo walls and burned some of the buildings.
For the next five years, the Alamo was periodically used to garrison
soldiers, both Texian and Mexican, but was ultimately abandoned. In