Days Inn San Antonio/Lytle
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 1800-6000 Mexican troops led by General Antonio Lopaz de Santa Anna, after holding out for thirteen day they were finally overrun with only a hand full of survivors left
This action became a heroic symbol of resistance for the Texans in their struggle for independence which they won a year later.
San Antonio ...
... for animals is exceedingly good you see! Ross wasn't having any of it. Haha! Anyways, went for a walk into the old town of San Antonio where they were having a labour day party, it was $20 to get in though and you had to pay for drinks and what not on top so that was a little much! They were having a performance on the theatre they have there, the stage is on the one side of the river with the spectators on the other side, they filmed miss congeniality ...
... to just sit outside next to the water and watch the world go by! We got back to the hotel at around 12am. (Dirty stopouts) our hotel is lovely, it's really old and authentic, we have a communal balcony as well :) *still find their fashion funny, the girls have mini skirts and dresses on with cowboy boots and men have their maverick cowboy hats on with boots under their jeans, they must be absolutely boiling in this heat that's all I can say!* Night y'all ...
... then drove as far as possible towards big bend until needing to stop. The next day was consumed mostly by driving to big bend. When we finally arrived around 5PM we did a few small walking trails next to the rio grande Mexican boarder before heading to our campsite and setting up. The next morning we woke up early and after a quick bit of breakfast went on a 13 mile hike. The route ascended quite quickly through mountains and then plateaued as we meandered around the river. ...
... all dressed up in Mexican dress shirts, and the women in big skirts. It was a pretty cheesy little ceremony I must say, with a tiny brass band and speeches of the "thank you to this bank,and that shop,and this travel company etc" variety. So, we'd had enough of that pretty quick so wandered back along the Riverwalk to The Alamo. It was pretty interesting. The structures were relatively small, but there was a good audio tour and other displays of the history of this ...