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Bon service et personnel très gentil. Nous y avons passé 4 jours
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"Texas will again lift its head and stand among the nations. It ought to do so, for no country upon the globe can compare with it in natural advantages."
-Sam Houston, President of the Republic of Texas
Not the last day of the Road Scholar program but the last day for John and I. Kind of sad but it had been such a great time! …
... view of the Hill Country from his back yard. We sat at his kitchen table and chatted, then went up to the Comfort Cafe for dinner (chicken-fried steak, patty melt, sweet tea - yum!). Mike was his usual personable and entertaining self - we said goodnight and headed back to the hotel to literally fall into bed.
Thursday July ...
... Sebastian." Plus the police directed us across the street from it since there really was not a crosswalk. We googled it later to find out that it (the sculpture) was a gift from Mexico to the US, and is considered the "Antorcha de la Amistad". If Mexico gives you a friendship gift then you can't really refuse it, right? Especially if it is 65 feet tall and weighs more than 45 tons.
Back to the River Walk to Durty Nelly's piano ...
... unique. The river meanders between the downtown buildings. Walks on either bank are intermittently connected by pedestrian bridges. Bridges that support vehicular traffic cross above this wonderland. Numerous cafes, bars and restaurants are located along the waterway. It's so picturesque that it reminds one of something Walt Disney would have built.
The Alamo is literally a Texas Shrine. When entering the what was once a mission church, now a museum, one is asked politely ...
... experienced the city from three different historical perspectives. Not chronologically...but.. you'll see. It's cool.
Our first day, we drove to the King William district--a neighborhood full of large Victorian-era homes. There are dozens of homes that are labeled as specifically acknowledged by the King William historical society. You can't tour them all, but you can walk around the neighborhood and read a little bit about each.
We did, however, tour ...