Howard Johnson Inn And Suites Central San Antonio
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... weeks, we've met new friends from all over the U.S. and Canada. Like Steve and Faye from British Columbia, who have a cattle ranch they down sized from 9000 acres to 2000, so they could travel more. We went to the San Antonio cattle drive to see the huge longhorn steers come right down Houston Street, in the center of San Antonio. We also went to the Livestock Show with them. They were an incredibly nice couple, who made us laugh ...
... and had been for a while. So we'll have to get that fixed. But it is a minor thing and apparently evidence of poor workmanship. We visited with Richey's and Gordon's for a while then Ronny & Linda arrived. Their coach is still in the shop, but it's supposed to be completed on Wednesday so that's when they will be arriving. After visiting for a while, we all went out to eat then Bob and I went grocery shopping. We didn't buy much, but we probably bought too much. Tomorrow we ...
... were infact part of Spain's strategic plan to expand & protect it's Territory. Missions were formed to convert the hunting gathering natives, provide a safe space for them to live, work & transform them into tax-paying citizen-farmers. Makes sense!!
... monitor the guages (must be a habit from when I flew airplanes) and I noticed the heat guage sliding up the scale a tad. Then it pegged at HOT. I pulled over along side the road and let it cool down. Gail made us a sandwich and we just enjoyed the buffeting as the semi's roared by us. We checked out the map and found that Fort Stockton was about 10 miles away. Piece of cake, so off we went.
Got into town and stopped at the first ...
... the end of the Texas Revolution, they tore down many of the Alamo walls and burned some of the buildings.
For the next five years, the Alamo was periodically used to garrison
soldiers, both Texian and Mexican, but was ultimately abandoned. In