Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Uvalde
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... in August, 1944. During her time as a attach-cargo ship, the Uvalde factored greatly in WWII, the Phillipine and Okinawa Campaigns, post-war, Korean War, and was part of both the Pacific and Atlantic Fleets, as well as in the Mediterranean and the American Intervention in the Dominican Republic and decommissioned in December, 1968.
Along the way, I've ...
We spent the next morning in a small library in San Antonio. It was a cool day but it was nice outside so we decided to walk around and check out the city. San Antonio is famous for its river walk. A large river runs right through the downtown and restaurants, shops and hotels line the river. It's a really nice walk and feels like you are in a ...
... and my bed!! We went to the dance again for the last time. Connor danced the entire night and Landon finally danced one dance!! Jay and Justin both told me they were sad to be leaving and wanted to come back next year. So I guess we will. :)
We spent the entire day at Garner playing in the water, on the ropes swings, and the paddle boats. Jay climbed a super tall tree and jumped from the very top. I was freaking out but he loved it and kept doing it. So after we left Garner we cleaned up and went back for the dance. Justin, Mattheu, and Coby dance all night long! They really have ...
The water is so low there is nowhere to float. So James, the boys, and I took the day to drive up the river to see if there were any places with flowing water. We drove through Garner and found the swimming hole which was pretty cool with paddle boats and rope swings. We kept driving north to Leakey and stopped to eat a piece of pie at Mill Creek restaurant. No luck in Leakey either so we came back to camp to get ready ...