Hilton Garden Inn New Braunfels Hotel
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... 1800-6000 Mexican troops led by General Antonio Lopaz de Santa Anna, after holding out for thirteen day they were finally overrun with only a hand full of survivors left
This action became a heroic symbol of resistance for the Texans in their struggle for independence which they won a year later.
San Antonio ...
... cool and watched the film 'the giver'. After that I packed up my bags and got an early night. I was up at 6am, Diego kindly drove me into San Antonio to get my bus headed for New Orleans. The journey was scheduled to take 12 hours in total with a few breaks in between. It was good to see Cal for a few days and meet Diego and Chris, they looked after me really well and it's always nice to be in a home rather than a hostel! Thanks to the boys and on I go, New Orleans next ...
... muffin and brought some cereal bars up aswell, you know - just incase that wasn't enough! We are out on the communal balcony, it was nice and cool(ish) as we were in the shade, he started feeding the pigeons but they must have been used to it because they weren't shy at all. We showed and went out, the taxi driver in Dallas warned us of the heat in San Antonio, that it was hotter than Dallas! I didn't think it was possible, but he sure was right! We could barely ...
... breathing she learned in class helped her stay calm and energized while she ran the 5k.
After we practiced and played yoga games we played some more in Landa Park like yesterday. Today we played in a different area and climbed trees. We also played in a neat little building that looked like a fire truck. The neatest part about this fire truck was that it was on a squishy floor. It felt like I was running and jumping on a bed! whee!
... of all were the trips to two old Spanish missions and the San Fernando Cathedral, one of the country's oldest cathedral sanctuaries.
Visiting Mission San Jose and Mission Concepcion, you couldn't help but imagine seeing the native tribes of people that had been ...