Holiday Inn Austin Midtown
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7th-8th August So yesterday was an eventful day, but I'll get to that in a minute. We set off from the campsite yesterday, and headed into San Antonio to go to the Alamo. The first of the events happened when Gordon blew a tire just as we parked, so we looked round and Chris took Gordon to get a new tyre. The Alamo was very interesting, it was the site of a battle between the Texans and the Mexicans, it was a siege, with the Texans defending the fort. When the Mexicans broke the ...
... up on clothing because of the 41 dgree weather, and hit the bike path for downtown. I meandered through downtown until I saw a fancy Whole Foods. I had a great, fresh redfish lunch/dinner. I picked up a bottle of wine, cheese and small baquette (cuz of Ann), and rasberries (healthy choice) for later. I continued on my bike to a nice coffee bar, and worked on my blog while chatting with some ...
... quot;Calibri","sans-serif&qu ot;; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;"> Connecting with the experiences and our friends is what makes wonderful memories! Friends make a trip go way too fast!
I cannot pass up the opportunity to “end” my blog with a grand finale of “people pictures”. Most of them are showing our best sides so sit back and enjoy!
... through Alabama we stopped at a gas station, and in a strong accent he pointed at the minivan we were towing and said " you wanna drive that" he unhooked the van, filled it up with gas, and I found myself driving my own vehicle following behind the trucks all the way to San Antonio! He even bought me burger on the way! The was one sketchy point though where we drove out into the middle of nowhere in the Louisiana at midnight and sold somebody the other car that ...
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