Economy Inn San Antonio
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... had awesome food, and invited us over. Nice family, a very diverse group.
Last week, Mike and I visited the Steinbach Haus in Castroville. It's a small, medieval house originally built in Wahlbach, County of Sundgau, Alsace, France, between 1618 and 1648 by the Steinbach family who lived in the home well into the 1900's. In 1998, it was given to the City of Castroville, Texas as a gift from the citizens of Alsace, France. ...
... went all the way to the floor and the light came back on. So we found a place to pull over and refilled the reservoir once again. By this time we were only 30 miles from the camp ground so we figured we would be good until we arrived. HA!! It was a little hilly so we had to use the brakes more and by the time we arrived at the downhill into Marble Falls, once again the light came back on. We limped through town and out to the campground, got parked and Bob went in search of ...
... or summer months. The city is on our 'return to' list and if you are ever in this part of Texas then it really should be on your 'must visit' list.
After the past few days headed pretty much due south we now start heading west again as we journey to New Mexico and search for alien life forms in Roswell. This will not only be a 550 mile drive but it should also should see us crossing the halfway point of this trans-continental road trip!
... dropping. Got down to 27 degrees that night. The views were awesome tho. The place was the start of the Texas Hill Country and we had a spectacular sight of about 10 miles of it.
Foregoing breakfast we headed out early the next morning none the worse for wear. The hill country is like it says, hilly, and curvy, and beautiful. We enjoyed our ride thru and later in the day we were back in the desert type terrain. When I steer the motorhome ...
Today (June 30) was mostly a driving day. We drove on U.S. 90 which heads to San Antonio between I-10 and the Mexico border; probably more interesting than I-10; at least, that was our thought. We stopped for a bit in Langtry to visit the Judge Roy Bean Museum -- this was his stomping ground. His saloon/courthouse is on the site, basically unrestored, but surprisingly intact and spartan. The museum also had an interesting cactus garden. It allowed us to attach names to ...