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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Everything has greened up beautifully here in Texas, with all the spring showers. The wild flowers blanket the roadsides in blue, yellow, red and pink. We had a nice Easter, went to Brunch at the Alsace Hotel up the road. It was pretty darned good and I ate too much, of course. Naturally, I had to take a nap to help digest brunch. We spent the rest of the day with friends. The folks next to us had a large family gathering! And I do mean ...
... up the reservoir and got on our way. Everything was working as it was supposed to. I asked Bob if we should stop in Johnson City to check the fluid level and said he didn't think so since everything was working well. However, there is a downhill drive right before a bridge going into Marble Falls, so you can see what I was thinking. But I wasn't driving, so I didn't know how it was handling. Well just as we were driving into Johnson City and slowing for a light, once again the ...
... however to pay $7.00 for an audio guide which too be honest added some background but probably not a whole lot more than the free information boards and introduction film.
So San Antonio really is a city of walking, eating and drinking. It is somewhere that you could easily spend three or four days or even a week if you want to drive out visiting the historic Spanish Missions or maybe have a day at Sea World or the Six Flags theme park in ...
... with both hands (think about that my friends) and got us thru a-ok. Whew. Now I know why I have grey and thinning hair. Anyhow I let go of the seat and drove on up to Boerne Texas and got us a campground.
The campground was called "Top of the Hill", and it was--on top of the hill. To get to the top we had to traverse a 12% grade thru a narrow gap on a dirt road. Once up the hill we had a nice level spot that was very windy and the ...
... day was El Mercado to get a feel for the local shopping and food. While there were fascinating open air shops and restaurants, selling gifts from south of the border and Mexican pastries, we opted for a little face painting and lemonade instead.
Such a full day, Kaitlyn was such a trooper, keeping up as we walked through each stop on the tour. We are all looking forward to a relaxing day tomorrow with not much to do so we can recoup from ...