HomeGate Studios & Suites San Antonio Fiesta Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at about mile 8 we started to give out - it was hard work! I had read on the internet that the Lower Loop was 9 miles, but something was telling us that could not be right, given where we were. So, we decided to take the road back - we had crossed the road a few times on the ride, and knew (from the internet info) that this should be an easier way back. Well, we took the wrong road. It was up hill and down hill, and ...
... Sebastian." Plus the police directed us across the street from it since there really was not a crosswalk. We googled it later to find out that it (the sculpture) was a gift from Mexico to the US, and is considered the "Antorcha de la Amistad". If Mexico gives you a friendship gift then you can't really refuse it, right? Especially if it is 65 feet tall and weighs more than 45 tons.
Back to the River Walk to Durty Nelly's piano ...
... and took a boat ride through the River Walk section. It was good to hear a snippet of history about the area and the buildings during that.
Later Jimmy's son took us for a drive through an area of town with gorgeous restored homes and we enjoyed supper in a quiet garden area of a local restaurant.
Next day it was up and out to The Alamo small building, huge history, beautiful courtyard and gardens.it was good to learn the story of The Alamo. ...
... says You Are Back In LA quite like it. Rejoining the 101, we used google maps to calculate an ETA for Inglewood and it said 3:15pm. We had lazed a little too long over our Solvang pancakes so we had to forego the last of Route 1 and stick to Ventura Highway...in the sunshine.... That joined up with the 405 just as the elastic band of peak hour was winding-on. Traffic slowed near Inglewood but without ever stalling and we were soon parked in a side street behind the ...
... than interested. So we started planning. We left San Antonio on 23 July and returned on 11 Aug. except for a couple of semi little things, the trip went smoothly. On the trip up, we pulled into a campground in Sikeston, MO and the steps broke and were swinging in the breeze. We fumed and stewed while some very nice people in the campground helped by tying up the steps. The next day we took a 60 mile detour to ...