HomeGate Studios & Suites San Antonio Fiesta Park
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Our only activity today was an attempt to get the suitcases fuller before we head home in three weeks. We went to many stores over 6 hours and didn't get much at all, despite trying on lots of clothes. The day was pretty warm but it got overcast so the day was comfortable despite being in the late 80s. For lunch we had Taco Bell and for dinner we had ...
... people and the second "Hidden Passages" tour had 8 people. They really stressed the importance of not touching the walls, ceilings or formations, pointing out that doing so was a third degree felony. Apparently the oils and dirt in human hands can impact the caves, and we could see evidence of that when comparing the first caves that had bats through them 4,000 years ago with the caves that were sealed off ...
... by cooperative agreement with the Archdiocese of San Antonio, mission churches remain active centers of worship. The 4 missions are spread out over 8-10 miles. The missions were established by Spanish settlers to try to spread the Catholic faith among the frontier Indians and in exchange for their labor and religious conversion, the Coahuiltecan Indians received food and refuse in the missions.
The 1st we ...
... when that mission was cancelled they declined to use the rocket. It used to sit outside in the rain, however in 2000 they decided to build a shed for it to preserve it for all the awesome people like us to view. It was pretty surreal to think that you're standing next to an actual-sized rocket that almst went into space!
After the tour it was time for us to get picked up. We had lunch on the run in the van, before heding straight down into San Antonio. Kate dropped ...
... the theme in this part of the state. Many of the stone structures, including the 200 year old Alamo, are of this distinct color, which appears to come from the limestone that is prevalent in this area of Texas. We saw a lot of it this afternoon along the roadside.
After our tour of the city we headed northwest to catch one of the major highways through the Hill Country. On the way, we stopped for lunch at Whataburger, a chain of burger joints we have been seeing a lot ...