La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio The Dominion
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- Continental Breakfast
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... up hill and down hill. And then we ran out of road. OK, new plan. Cross over to the Lower Loop and take it backwards, since we know it would have to come out where we started. Yes, going the wrong way on a single track is not good biking etiquette, but we did it anyway. After a while we met up with a guy named Rex who explained how to get to a jeep road. So we did that for a while. Rex came back to make sure we ...
... San Jose, San Juan, and Espada. Most of the trail is smooth concrete, fairly flat, and parallels the river most of the way. What a wonderful thing the National Park Service has provided...plus, did you know that the San Antonio Missions are a World Heritage Site?? The missions are the first World Heritage Site in Texas, and the 23rd in the United States - how cool is that? And this just happened July 5, 2015 - we are on the ...
This was a great group of guys and gals. We had Blue Knights, BYDS riders (Be Your Damn Self) and others. Mike Dutton of the Green Beret Foundation coordinated the ride with Antonio Halliburton of the BYDS riders. We all gathered, said a prayer to stay safe and hit the road for a 30 mile ride around northeast San Antonio to Willie's Grill and Ice House.
What a place, I ...
Today, we were on a mission to get to mass at Immaculate Conception Cathedral at 11.15am. Big call! This meant arriving at the dining room by 9.30am (well, we are on holiday!) to indulge in our first Louisiana breakfast. The offering included omelette with salsa, turkey sausages, turkey patties, icing-drizzled danishes, warm scones (called biscuits), pancakes (self-made, but round), yoghurts and cereal, cold boiled eggs, etc. We checked out ...
... loss of revenue! But, argh! prices at gift shops made up for it.
The Riverwalk is a must see for visitors. If you go to San Antonio, we would recommend you stay at a hotel on the Riverwalk; such a pleasant stroll along the river as you pass by many shops, hotels and restaurants, of all ethnic tastes. We had a great lunch at Paesanos!
We left San Antonio under cloudy skies, cool/cold again and headed for the Texas Gulf Coast.