Hotel Indigo San Antonio At The Alamo
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We now are in San Antonio. We are staying at my grandparents house for three days and they have agreed to let me and my two brothers to work for them for shearing sheep. My grandparents own a sheep farm there. We got paid $15 an hour and worked for 7 hours, all three days we stayed. We made a total of $915. It was very nice for them to allow us to make some money and stay with them. Before we left, we filled up our gas tank again for ...
... that the slide lockout mechanism was broken. Apparently there is a spring in there because I could hear it being sprung. As it turned out, since the spring was sprung, the mechanism was not working, so I could not extend the slide. I called Texas RV to ask them if they would be able to tell me how to fix it, it seems like it needs screwing back into place. I spoke to Tony and he said he ...
- drove for about an hour and 15 minutes to San Antonio where I got to see the Alamo!
- took a tour of the Alamo and learned about the battle that took place there
- after the tour I filled up the car with gas for $95.23 and headed to Carlsbad, NM ...
... in 1821 and American settlers, at the invitation of the Mexican government, began to settle in Texas in areas northeast of San Antonio.
In 1824 the then governor Antonio de Santa Anna rescinded the Mexican constitution. Resistance grew and Anglo Texans (Texians) in San Antonio called for the return to the constitution and threw the Mexican forces out. Eventually in 1836 Santa Anna marched on San Antonio. Davy Crockett, and his ...
Flying High in San Antonio Even though San Antonio Texas has many Air Force bases, (Lackland, Randolph, Kelly, and Brooks) the casual observer would not think that the origins of aviation in the United States made a major impact to the city. Less than ten years after Orville and Wilber Wright flew their first flight at Kitty hawk, NC, aviation made historical leaps in San Antonio. In 1909 the US Army agreed to purchase this lighter than air machine ...