Fairfield Inn & Suites San Antonio North/Stone Oak
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Last week I flew back to New Hampshire to attend my granddaughter's baby shower. Kaitlin is expecting her little girl, Brayleigh Lynn, around the first week in May. I hadn't been back to Epping for way too long, eight months, so the trip was a welcomed reason to visit the family and get away from the sunny, warm weather of San Antonio and bask in the frigid, sub-zero, snow-engulfed weather of New Hampshire. Brrrrrr! I ...
... leather gloves for about $20/30. Unfortunately though, not many shops had much of a winter range as they are obviously coming into spring/summer, so most clothes I wouldn't even look twice at with the weather outside. We only found 1 jacket that fitted Ryan, but it was big and bulky and heavy. I think it would have been suitable for the cold weather but such a nuisance to take on and off and to lug around etc. We held it at Macy's all the same but didn't end up going back ...
... accommodation through the one site, and it didn't cost us anything (usually it would cost the fee of one nights accommodation!). By this stage I was completely and utterly exhausted, and it was near 4:30 pm. Rather than going out straight away we had a rest, then went to the River Walk in central downtown for dinner later. The temperature had absolutely dropped by this stage - sooo freezing cold! Going from hot to cold really messed with us (mum, dad and I anyway). We caught ...
... and had a good time. Just a shame some of our party were under 21 so couldn’t join us, that was a problem throughout our San Fran to New York stretch. The river runs through San Antonio centre so it makes pretty viewing at night. The morning after we all got up and went to the Alamo. It’s a Texan stronghold where a lot of soldiers were holed up fighting off wave after wave of Mexicans in the America-Mexico war. After 2 weeks the Alamo fell and ...
... only do so many museums with 4 kids!!!. The walls are covered with animal heads as trophies - not something any of us like (Courtney was horrified - she loves wildlife but it must be alive!!!). We then decided to do another loop on the bus. Rich nodded off every now and again - poor old man!!. We then got off and went to get the car. We drove around a bit with all the one way streets tried to find the free parking - San Antionio Tuesday - but didn't ...