Drury Inn & Suites Near La Cantera Parkway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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We now are in San Antonio. We are staying at my grandparents house for three days and they have agreed to let me and my two brothers to work for them for shearing sheep. My grandparents own a sheep farm there. We got paid $15 an hour and worked for 7 hours, all three days we stayed. We made a total of $915. It was very nice for them to allow us to make some money and stay with them. Before we left, we filled up our gas tank again for ...
... anything about the slide lockout. Guess I got a little testy since I told him that apparently someone there did since they had to unlock the slide in order to install the refrigerator. Bottom line, we'll take it back over there on Monday and hopefully it won't take long to fix it. Also I'm thinking they should do so for free since it was working before they had it in their possession. We'll ...
- drove for about an hour and 15 minutes to San Antonio where I got to see the Alamo!
- took a tour of the Alamo and learned about the battle that took place there
- after the tour I filled up the car with gas for $95.23 and headed to Carlsbad, NM ...
... The major difference between our groups was size (we have 13 and they have....6) and also that their trip has not a single Brit on it. There were kiwis, Aussies and some girls from holland. So an interesting mix. We decided on a quick swim before tea as it was very very humid. But then when we got in the pool it was icy, so it definitely was a quick one. We sat down and ate tea then set up ...
... not really knowing what to expect other than that we were going to see the Alamo.
After parking in a public lot (a very important detail I will get to a little later on) we hoofed it a couple of blocks to Mission San Antonio de Valero which began construction in 1724, and is most often referred to as the Alamo. Being Floridians, we were working on very little knowledge of Texas history (I think, although I am not positive, that Steele was working with a ...