Extended Stay America - San Antonio - Colonnade
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It's morning, no story yet but having lunch with my daughter Sonya at La Gloria, no , that's not heaven, nor is it that sleepy little town down in South Texas by the border. It's a Mexican food restaurant at the old Pearl Brewery grounds. Is it any good or just ok, tell ya later,at least my thoughts. Oh, in San Antonio,Texas ( home of the Alamo. Got to La Gloria a bit early and sat in the shade by the SA river taking in the place. Parking was a bit tight but it's Friday ...
... nice, although an awful lot of restaurants, which also all seemed to be serving the biggest portions! We had a nice walk round, before heading back to camp. This morning we are heading to look round the Alamo, before heading to Austin. State count- 19 - New York - New Jersey - Pennsylvania - Ohio - Indiana - Illinois - Wisconsin - Minnesota - South Dakota - Wyoming - Montana - Idaho - Utah - Nevada - California - Arizona - Colorado - New Mexico - ...
My daughter, Chloe, is graduating kindergarten this coming up week and we decided to take her on a day trip to SeaWorld San Antonio! San Antonio is only about 2 1/2 hours from Ft. Hood. The drive wasn't bad at all. We passed by Austin, TX and saw some great outlets @ San Marcos!! We arrived right at 10AM when they opened and took in 3 shows: Shamu, Clyde and Seymour, and Azul (beluga whales, and dolphins).. Each show lasted 30 minutes and Chloe loved every moment of ...
... The air was getting cooler, so the 40°C jacuzzi was rather nice, especially after getting out of the pool! After enough swimming, we showered before heading to bed. A drive to Austin, the Texas capital, awaited the next day, and although it's only an hour away, most campsites expect you to check out in the morning, so unless we wanted to be driving tired at all, it meant quite a few early nights in the coming weeks. What a shame...
... the theme in this part of the state. Many of the stone structures, including the 200 year old Alamo, are of this distinct color, which appears to come from the limestone that is prevalent in this area of Texas. We saw a lot of it this afternoon along the roadside.
After our tour of the city we headed northwest to catch one of the major highways through the Hill Country. On the way, we stopped for lunch at Whataburger, a chain of burger joints we have been seeing a lot ...