Econo Lodge Central San Antonio
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... on top of that we had two whistle stops and a pit stop to make as well. The crucial whistle stop was checking in and dropping off our luggage at The Best Western Inn on Centinela at Inglewood. We'd booked a night there because it was close to LAX, so just a short shuttle bus ride to our domestic flight on Friday. Whistle stop 2 was to be a brief photo opportunity at the Danish flavoured Solvang, a small town of 5000 or so just off of the 101 South. One of Deanne's ...
... life in Texas, life back home in Fort Lauderdale, common friends from church, and Wendy and Keith considering opening a café in an antique town called Comfort, the conversations were fun and never-ending, especially on the topic of coffee and cafés. Since our time living on Vashon Island and Paula running Dog Day Café years before children, it’s always been a fond memory and an entrepreneurial dream of ours (or nightmare, because restaurants are so demanding ...
... only they made a giant zip tie!!! See picture titled "Giant Zip Tie." We sped along at about 70 mph most of the day. That seems pretty fast with a trailer if you come from Kalifornia, but is about ten mph slower than the speed limit in Texas. Everything here seems like it makes more sense. The DJs on the radio stations even seem to be more level headed. I have actually started listening to Country again. Of course the stations here ...
... grounds are beautiful. It is now surrounded by downtown and hard to imagine it was once on the frontier. It think Davy Crockett would be amused to see the nearby hotel bearing his name.
Nearby is La Villeta, the oldest neighborhood in the city. Indians, Spanish soldiers, and German and French immigrants once lived here. It is now home to many arts and crafts shops.
It was now nearly 2:00 so ...
... drive but interesting. You could see we were leaving the swamp lands of Louisiana and Eastern Texas area and entering into more farm and ranch lands as well. We will be in San Antonio for a few days, we hope to do the River Walk, Alamo and whatever else we can see. We are camped at Lackland AFB, this is where Jerry did his basic training in 1966....this is a walk down memory lane for him. Interesting for me! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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