Extended Stay America - San Antonio - Airport
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Our only activity today was an attempt to get the suitcases fuller before we head home in three weeks. We went to many stores over 6 hours and didn't get much at all, despite trying on lots of clothes. The day was pretty warm but it got overcast so the day was comfortable despite being in the late 80s. For lunch we had Taco Bell and for dinner we had ...
... the caves we stopped at the Animal Park and Snake Farm on the way back to the hotel. There were a huge number of snake types either some brilliant colours and patterns. Outside we saw some cool animals including fennec fox, white lion, macaw, prairie dog and hyenas. Some of the cages seemed inappropriate for the animals, in that they were pretty basic and concrete. For dinner we went to Wendy's and had some ...
... area but, European diseases including small pox and measles caused much suffering and death. Today the community of Spanish and native people has developed a unique culture and the church serves as the spiritual center of their nearby community.
Because of dark, dark clouds we decided that we had better make the hour trek home. We only visited 2 of the interesting missions, leaving an opportunity to return someday.
... is full of Spanish-talking people. This included out tour guide, who although full of enthusiasm and high on life, was extremely hard to understand.
When we got to the campground after the tour, we discovered that Kate had actually upgraded us to an adorable little log cabin so we didn't have to pitch our tents in the potential rain. We had dinner (I was part of the dishes crew tonight, ugh), and I'm going to call it an early night. Peace out from San Antonio xo.
... limestone…that pinkish tan stuff. We passed through small one-streetlight towns where you could eat at Doc’s Fish Camp and Grill or the Double Horn, buy your favorite pick-up (I think everyone in Texas has one), western boots and John Deere tractors.
One of these towns was Johnson City, hometown of LBJ. An inquiry informed us that the town was named after his grandfather. It was nothing that would impress…just an old, run down shabby town in a ...