Hilton Garden Inn San Antonio Airport
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... Amtrak to see if we might have possibly have left it on the train. And, the hotel is working on it as well, because we were pretty sure we left it here before heading for lunch.
We met a very joyful gal at the Lake Charles, LA train stop while waiting for our taxi. She had seen Kallen on the train and was asking us about him. She just starting singing and praying for God to continue healing and protecting him! It was so sweet!
... alcohol etc. Then Sam found an advert for a Toyota & a Datsun.....it was game over, he was on a mission. After over an hour of being his search assistant I got over it & way past hungry as it was past 2pm. Had lunch at a stuffed animal museum cafe, deers etc lined the walls. They weren't very impressive burgers, probably the worst we have had. After lunch I was keen to visit the Alamo & Sam wanted to ...
... it’s really just the original site.
We walked further along the River Walk, but again it was too cold. We are SO sick of this cold weather. It would be different if it was supposed to be cold, but it isn’t! It’s Texas! Nearly every local we came across apologised to us for the weather, which was cute.
We bought Alyssa’s belated birthday present, and Jaidn’s very belated birthday present, ...
... homemade dips with pretzel sticks, so we tried nearly all of them. Continuing, we saw a booth with a yellow road sign warning of kangaroos and another sign saying 'Crikey’, so we headed over to see if it was a genuine Aussie manning the stand. It was – though he was married to an American and lived in Mexico! He was selling cowboy hats.
Forced outside again by our hunger, we found the food concessions stands. The whole place was empty against the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet