Studio 6 San Antonio - Airport
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Today, I ended my holiday break in a very chilly San Antonio. Sorry for the obnoxious title but basketball season is in full throttle and the spurs are my team.(!!!!) Not really, but everyone loves to say that here and rep the spurs with flags and stickers on their cars. Gotta admire that pride, huh? Anyways back to the important stuff, I am feeling very excited but anxious about the next five months. I can't believe the first leg of my journey is already here and about to ...
Day 6Off to San Antonio to visit Evan and Morgan. But first a drive down the coast see the mud flats, birds and sand dunes that are along the drive. Great views of the coast along the bluewater highway. Then headed inland through marshes and then into oil fields and processing plants again. Further in there were smaller 100 acre pastures and they got bigger inland more and the soil was drier and less fertile. Cactuses appeared in ...
... It was a great lively local spot where we enjoyed frozen strawberry margaritas and shared a tasting plate of typical Texan food - tequitas (shredded beef rolled in crispy tortillas), loaded potato skins and cheese sticks (crumbed, deep-fried mozzarella cheese). They were so incredibly cholesterol laden, we resolved never to eat fried food again, and tried to make amends with a healthy main of asparagus with grilled chicken or fish. We rolled out of that ...
... a lot of money by buying my liquor here as opposed to Washington State. We went to our hotel, which actually was cheap an quite large, but not in great condition and not in downtown. The website said it was in Market Square, but it was actually about a mile away from there. We started drinking in the room and had some talks about what to do, then started drinking and pretty soon we were not sober enough to drive, so ...
... as is one of the other buildings. I want to say it was the nuns quarters but I can't remember exactly. It was really interesting. We sat and listened to a history lesson from a guide about the time leading up to 1836 and the battle in 1836 between a small band of Americans and Texians. The battle at the Alamo is thought to have played a big part in Texas getting it's independence. Soon after this battle Texas was ...