Howard Johnson Inn San Antonio/Near Six Flags Fiesta Texas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Everything has greened up beautifully here in Texas, with all the spring showers. The wild flowers blanket the roadsides in blue, yellow, red and pink. We had a nice Easter, went to Brunch at the Alsace Hotel up the road. It was pretty darned good and I ate too much, of course. Naturally, I had to take a nap to help digest brunch. We spent the rest of the day with friends. The folks next to us had a large family gathering! And I do mean ...
... fluid reservoir and sure enough it was pretty empty. Bob went into the oil place to see if he had any brake fluid. He did not sell any, but he did have some DOT 3 in his car. Well, that was not going to work since the tag on the reservoir stated only DOT 5.1 to be used. Not once again, as luck would have it, there was an Auto Zone "just up the road". So we unhooked the car and Bob left to get some brake fluid and a funnel. (Another reason to tow.) He returned, ...
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Wanting to take a photo of the church I waited for a while for a lady in a red coat to step aside then politely asked it she would move while I took a photo. (Sometimes you have to ...
We motored merrily out of the Rio Grande Valley and careened cautiously over the concrete all the way up to San Antonio. Actually we got stopped in a check point to see if we were citizens. We assured them that we didn't have anyone else in the coach and they let us go thru.
San Antonio is a busy place with lots of cars and trucks and a freeway system that resembles a bowl of spaghetti. While traversing the atrocious turnpike and right in ...
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