La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Northwest
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... a Panns-style diner featured in the Quinten Tarantino movie Pulp Fiction, plush booths and jagged stone brick work. It made me whistle the theme to 77 Sunset Strip. The predominantly black diners seemed as happy as we did to be immersed in the retrospective gustations of Panns, a whole box and dice experience, right down to The Chantel's singing "Maybe" on the jukebox. A fitting and absolute finale to our time in The Golden State, for on this trek at least we would not be coming ...
... cobbled together major parts, but don't tell the cops it isn't a 92) that was put together by a skinny redneck and his friends, pass your $50K tow rig with the AC on while you wait for the tow truck to come save you. Remember this part and picture me tapping my head while saying, "Knock on wood." There could be a portion in here minus a zero that sounds very familiar in the future. Anyway, we made it to the park and are sitting next to ...
... like we won't get our B-Class upgrade after all...sheesh. 100,000 miles apiece and no where to spend them. Maybe need to rethink being loyal to one airline... Today's travel agenda includes flights to London (with a layover at DFW), then a train to the city of Bath, 1.5 hours away from London. I'm really excited about Bath, a town named for the Roman Baths it is built upon. If all goes well, we'll be walking into a B&B in Bath in just under 14 hours. ...
... 8220;What year did 10cc release the song, I'm Not In Love"; “How many wind mills are in the state of Texas”; and “Do those colored balls on the high power transmission lines have any other purpose than to alert low flying aircraft?”
Needless to say, when I took the picture of a mountain that looked like a boob, I knew I was getting desperate for material for todays blog. ...
Strolled down to the Alamo and spent a couple of hours wandering around and learning the history of the brave men who fought for Texas' independence. We had expected the Alamo to be surrounded by a little bit of country and were surprised to find that it is right in the middle of town. When looking out from the Alamo you see skyscraper hotels all around.
A short distance away is The RiverWalk which blew everything ...
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