Pear Tree Inn San Antonio Northeast
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Our only activity today was an attempt to get the suitcases fuller before we head home in three weeks. We went to many stores over 6 hours and didn't get much at all, despite trying on lots of clothes. The day was pretty warm but it got overcast so the day was comfortable despite being in the late 80s. For lunch we had Taco Bell and for dinner we had ...
... In the first caves there were no formations on the ceiling because the bats had left oils and dirt. The caves were awesome. Highlight of the second caves was when they turned out the lights for one minute and we were in total darkness. It was really cool being so dark that you couldn't see even your hand in front of your face. The 'fried egg' formations were cool and there was a lost bat in the first ...
... on the southbound side. We sat there for nearly a day, well okay, an hour, and we saw cars beginning to move.
Once underway, it was chaos as people tried to get ahead of one another. They opened the freeway behind us and those people rushed up to get to the head of the line. I found that all southern hospitality was out the window. I could see that many drivers were under the misguided notion that a motor home towing a Jeep could start, stop and ...
... a Panns-style diner featured in the Quinten Tarantino movie Pulp Fiction, plush booths and jagged stone brick work. It made me whistle the theme to 77 Sunset Strip. The predominantly black diners seemed as happy as we did to be immersed in the retrospective gustations of Panns, a whole box and dice experience, right down to The Chantel's singing "Maybe" on the jukebox. A fitting and absolute finale to our time in The Golden State, for on this trek at least we would not be coming ...
... to settle in texas. These incentives were so good that before long these new settlors outnumbered the local mexicans. In the early 1800s mexico gained independence from spain and those Aforementioned states came under mexican rule with some state self government as today. In mexico a struggle emerged between federalists and centrists the latter wanting to govern all territories from mexico city with no self government. The centralists headed by a ...