Days Inn San Antonio/Near Lackland AFB
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... of the two loops.
Off we went, and it was immediately a challenge....uphill in some places, and very rocky. But up at the top it was a beautiful view, with other beautiful view along the way. The way down was very fun! It was not steep, but had long downhill stretched with some rocks, but just enough to make it enjoyable. Wheeeeee! ...
... we booked it back - the trip back was shorter than going out. We realized we rode about 12 miles total (according to my iPhone app) - not as many as we thought, and we could have gone further. Next time we'll start at the Alamo and go all the way through the missions and back - yeah! But nonetheless it was a great ride! Of course I had to ask Kelly if he "knew the way to San Jose" on the way back...ok, never mind.
Back to ...
... we continued to creep along for the next 30+ minutes until we passed the accident site. The truck was gone, but so was about 100' of the right hand guard rail. We found out later that a truck went partly over the edge of the road and had to be pulled out with a crane. OK, back on the road.
About an hour later, another slow down started and the GPS chimed that there was a 5 minute delay ahead. We slowed, and slowed and then stopped. I began to listen to ...
... fast food world serving the multitudes, we again explored the myths of America, the windows of Hollywood thru which we in foreign lands gaze, learning how to fear and loathe a city like LA. Sure LA's got its share of thugs and gangsters who would rape and murder their own mother (and not in that order), but as in Australia it's relative to a robust majority peacefully going about their business, people just trying to get-by like you and me. You forget this if you catch ...
... the Mediterrian and visited Caan on the opening day of the film festival. We crusied through the Panama Canal a couple of times and to Alaska. Then as I got closer to retirement (my husband was already retired), my dream came to the front burner and we decided we wanted to see more of our country. So we planned a trip on Route 66. We found a Route 66 travel trailer and decided it was fate so we purchased it. Our first big trip in it ...