HomeGate Studios & Suites San Antonio Fiesta Park
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... Amo Station was on LA's blue line, void of any rail staff and peppered with fidgety loiterers. There was enough information on the display boards to figure out a route back to Inglewood. A young, well-spoken girl politely bit me for a quarter. The train was a fast, single-decked electric like the BART trains in San Francisco, worn, mostly clean and surprisingly devoid of any vandalism. Regular people, workers, school kids, old ladies and a few creepy specimens boarded ...
... in the hot, dry summers that concrete slabs and the foundations of homes can be broken. How do I know that piece of Texas info? I'll come back to that shortly.
In the meantime here are the some other highlights: the Alamo! Honestly, it was well into the 90’s and by the time we parked the car and walked the few blocks to the Alamo, we were wilting a bit. Paula kept the anticipation high and splurged by getting us the phones for the self-guided ...
... cobbled together major parts, but don't tell the cops it isn't a 92) that was put together by a skinny redneck and his friends, pass your $50K tow rig with the AC on while you wait for the tow truck to come save you. Remember this part and picture me tapping my head while saying, "Knock on wood." There could be a portion in here minus a zero that sounds very familiar in the future. Anyway, we made it to the park and are sitting next to ...
After seven days of being on the road, and tours of two major cities it was definitely time for a day off. Tomorrow will be our longest driving day, 8-9 hours so we decided to spend the day relaxing and getting ready for the days ahead. Grandpa, Kaitlyn and Cindy went to the pool to laze away the day while Grandma and I headed to the San Antonio Temple.
This temple is absolutely amazing, with gorgeous stained glass ...
... which runs through the middle of the city that is lined with bars and cafes on both sides. More about that tomorrow when I head out with the boys to survey a few of the establishments. It is called the River Walk funny enough on account that you can walk down the sides of it. Doubt they needed to pay a Marketing company to come up with the name.
After my look around, I headed back to the hotel for 2 hour power nap to recharge the batteries in preparation for Leigh, Matt and ...
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