La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Northwest
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Okay, some might say, "You see one cavern, you've seen them all." We've seen the Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, a mix of granite walls, waterfalls and caves that play hide and seek with the lost river. Very cool, but not really caverns. We also saw the Dixie Caverns in Roanoke County, Virginia. They were discovered when a ...
San Antonio part 2: Today I wandered off the key tourist spots, but still along San Antonio's Riverwalk.
On the way to a Mexican hot spot, I stopped at the Spanish Governor's Palace built in the Adobe style of architecture. Then, I found a charity second hand shop. In case, I run out of proper clothes, there I find everything I need for about 3.99 USD a piece. Lunch has happend at a Mexican restaurant (see separate entry on food).
After that I walked ...
... in this case soft tacos.
By the way, yesterday I found a good drink to go with: Tequila Mockingbird.
If you care for less alcohol, beer will always do. Today, I discovered an old
Texaco gas station that was converted into a relaxed beer bar frequented by
students and artists mainly. It was a good spot to take a break.
For a sweet delight drop by a Mexican bakery. Sugar diet at its best!
... you never appreciate a clean, warm, spacious shower with no time limit more than when you've been used to the opposite! After dinner (at the San Antonio classic food chain Taco Cabana) most of the group went to explore downtown while I and a couple of others stayed behind to make the most of the empty laundry room and showers. This morning we went to the ...
... invited to join the US. They accepted. This annoyed mexico and there began a war between the us and mexico which the us won. Mexico agreed to transfer the other aformentioned states to the us and this led to the present day map of us. Thus the importance of the alamo in us history. So, went and checked out the surviving buildings and then went for a walk around town. Pretty grim really, except for "the riverwalk" which is the city's other claim to ...