La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... was dismantled and shipped from France to Texas and reassembled in Castroville. It looks like a storybook house from times past. The 400 year old heavy timber framework of the house was re-erected in 1998 and the following year brick and mortar were added to enclose the framework. The roofing tiles, doors, window and shutters were shipped to Castroville from France. The exterior of the house was plastered by volunteer craftsmen in late ...
... went all the way to the floor and the light came back on. So we found a place to pull over and refilled the reservoir once again. By this time we were only 30 miles from the camp ground so we figured we would be good until we arrived. HA!! It was a little hilly so we had to use the brakes more and by the time we arrived at the downhill into Marble Falls, once again the light came back on. We limped through town and out to the campground, got parked and Bob went in search of ...
... loaded potato skins (ie scooped out potates filled with sour cream, bacon and orange cheese) and smoked ribs. Just as well we hadn't eaten all day! The ambiance was great and the staff friendly; two waitresses stopped to chat with us on hearing our accents. Afterwards, we wandered back along the Riverwalk through light drizzle to our car and headed home to our hotel, exhausted but certainly no longer ...
... with both hands (think about that my friends) and got us thru a-ok. Whew. Now I know why I have grey and thinning hair. Anyhow I let go of the seat and drove on up to Boerne Texas and got us a campground.
The campground was called "Top of the Hill", and it was--on top of the hill. To get to the top we had to traverse a 12% grade thru a narrow gap on a dirt road. Once up the hill we had a nice level spot that was very windy and the ...
... be in a 91 rut. Then lunch at the Rose and Lion, English pub-type with beautiful servers. Great ending to the golf day. The girls had done the obligatory shopping trip. Had a couple of glasses of wine with their dog Maggie, then went to Sandy's daughter Nikki's house to see granddaughter Avery. Then, off to dinner at Italian restaurant Scuzzy's (not quite sure how to pronounce that).