Howard Johnson Inn San Antonio/Near Six Flags Fiesta Texas
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Just a short trip today only a little over an hour down into San Antonio for a two day stop over. San Antonio is a beautiful city with our hotel in downtown we were close to all attractions. A short walk down the road and we came to the famous River Walk a delightful stroll along the San Antonio river with restaurants and cafes ...
... s all about. After that we headed out in Austin for the evening which was pretty cool and plenty going off nightlife wise. Sunday, we came back to New Braunfels and took a nap before playing footy again in Cals boss' back garden. A pretty rich guy so it's a big garden. A little hungover, running around in the heat was not too pleasant, and definitely not the New Braunfels dream! Later on we headed to the cinema, where they serve you meals and drinks to your seat which ...
... buses so we had to knock it on the head because it would have been too expensive for us to get a taxi there, so I found another ranch in Houston which we are getting the bus to, will be better for us (less expensive anyways) Back to the hotel for around 10pm, back to being old fogeys but we had an early rise and the only other thing left to do on the river walk was either fall in or drink more alcohol! :) The time is flying by! 5 cities down, 4 to go! Night Y'all ...
... booths selling their work. Spanish colonists began the church in 1731 and a French Gothic addition was completed in 1873. A modern restoration includes a three-piece gold-leaf altar piece. It's a beautiful church which also contains the remains of defenders of the Alamo.
We may have walked by the Governor's Palace, but I'm not sure about that.
In the afternoon we ventured by car to the McNay Art ...
... inhabited the lands, the indigenous Indians. The Indians were dying from disease bought by Europeans and outside conflict from other Indian clans fighting for hunting territory. They sought protection from Spanish Missionaries, who taught them a 'civilised' lifestyle, and converted them to Catholicism. Thus changing their heritage and religious ways forever. The buildings and churches were beautifully made in the ...