M-Star San Antonio SeaWorld
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... other hand will be busy. Mary and I will be testing our golf skills at TPC San Antonio, home course to the Texas Open. I'm not sure what we've gotten ourselves into but I'll be taking lots of pictures. Hopefully we will represent golf in The Villages well but no matter how we play, I'm sure we'll come home with some good golf stories.
That's all for now, stay tuned.
Angelo and Mary
Monday morning San Antonio;
Greetings all from Texas. I wish I had some pictures to send of the drive from New Orleans to San Antonio but there was nothing much to snap. It was 540 miles of flat, swampy land with the city of Houston coming somewhere in between. It was a really boring ride. To pass the time though, I announced the changing temperature to Mary as the thermometer went from 88 when we left New Orleans to 102 when we arrived in San ...
... practicing swimming, 80's music on the radio, then Tad, Andy and Daniel came in and I had a frozen margarita. Lunch was sandwiches in the room, followed by a little more park time. Then we showered and drove to San Antonio. First stop: ice cream shop. Next, Alamo. Then a stroll down the Riverwalk for a great dinner at Bella, a Mediterranean Italian restaurant. After dinner we did the mirror maze and laser challenge. We were all super tired and slept very ...
... alcohol etc. Then Sam found an advert for a Toyota & a Datsun.....it was game over, he was on a mission. After over an hour of being his search assistant I got over it & way past hungry as it was past 2pm. Had lunch at a stuffed animal museum cafe, deers etc lined the walls. They weren't very impressive burgers, probably the worst we have had. After lunch I was keen to visit the Alamo & Sam wanted to ...
... towns and dirt and horses. That's what I'm seeing at the moment - driving through the middle of no where. But both cities are completely opposites to what you would expect. Nothing like Western movies and both cities are worth visiting. It would be good through to visit somewhere like Houston or Dallas to get the other side of view - the 'we love George Bush' prospective. Most Texans we spoke to live in Austin or San Antonio for this ...