Hampton Inn Kingsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We have been preparing for this trip all year! I can honestly say I have never been physical fit! I feel good and confident that I will be able to handle this trip. The only issue I foresee are blisters! I am talking about The Camino! The spiritual walk across Spain! Over 500 miles! I am ready! I plan to visit St. James carrying prayers from family and ...
... had been a big windstorm the night before and most of the beach washed away! Still, we had a good beach walk, plus a good seafood lunch afterwards with Devorah Fox at Fins on the water.
After a day in San Antonio my next stop will be Marfa, in West Texas. Stay tuned!
We spent last night in the parking lot of a "residential campground". They do a Saturday morning breakfast where we ate with other humans, first in a long time! Out here along the edge we have stumbled onto a community made up of seniors from the upper-mid west. Snowbirds who come here each winter to a site that they over the years have made their own. A place where they have spread topsoil over the sand ...
... I did the Volkswalk around the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park. It was hard to get a good shot of Mission San Juan because it is under construction right now. A huge project is restoring several of the missions, as well as reconnecting them with the natural course of the San Antonio river.
Next blog entry will be from my Walking Adventure in India Feb. 4-19.
... Made us proud to be Americans!
On the plane to Newark I lucked out with no seatmates so had plenty of elbow room to catch some z's. Three hour wait in Newark but not having to go through the Customs and Immigration circus that once was required was a welcome change. Nothing against C&I, mind you, but having to reclaim our luggage, stand in interminable lines for what seemed like hours at a time and then clear TSA once again just wasn't ...