Econo Lodge Central San Antonio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Ahhhhh. No truck today. Ahhhhhh Cooked yummy cinnamon rolls that Linda packed for us, thank you Linda! Kids got to play in game room, ride their bikes and play in the pool. Mommy got to start a book! And even got some laundry done... Hitting the road ...
... evening w/ their oldest son William & family in SA.
Spent our 1st evening dining along the River Walk & listening to Lewis give a short slide presentation about the San Antonio River Walk @ the open air theater along the River Walk.
Visited the Alamo, the 4 Missions located on the fringes of SA, the beautiful SA Aboretum, & ...
... as the TV was ready to go, the clock struck seven, and on came the show. Woo hoo!
This is a very nice park with paved roads, gravel spaces with grass and concrete along the street side of the RV. Many spaces have large shade trees. We'll check the other amenities in the next few days, along with the many sights that San Antonio has to offer. We chose this place because it had a great Good Sam rating, and was the closest park to the River Walk and ...
... out for dinner at a pizzeria as was Rosie's choice. After eating we split up and explored the town. Myself, Laura, Alex, Ollie, Alice and Candice walked along the river front which is a Venice style river surrounded by shops, bars and restaurants. We were just so thirsty that we decided to stop for .... Frozen margaritas!!!! I opted for strawberry and that thing was ...
... would happen elsewhere if they tried to rise up against mexico. Unfortunately, it had the opposite effect. Shortly after, Sam Houston (of "houston, we have a problem" fame) led a surprise attack on santa anna as he continued east in a battle near the present day city of houston (the 4th biggest us city). He won and texas declared independence and became its own country for 40 or so years with sam houston being the first president. 40 years on ...