La Quinta Inn San Antonio I-10 East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our only activity today was an attempt to get the suitcases fuller before we head home in three weeks. We went to many stores over 6 hours and didn't get much at all, despite trying on lots of clothes. The day was pretty warm but it got overcast so the day was comfortable despite being in the late 80s. For lunch we had Taco Bell and for dinner we had ...
... people and the second "Hidden Passages" tour had 8 people. They really stressed the importance of not touching the walls, ceilings or formations, pointing out that doing so was a third degree felony. Apparently the oils and dirt in human hands can impact the caves, and we could see evidence of that when comparing the first caves that had bats through them 4,000 years ago with the caves that were sealed off ...
Greetings to all of our followers. Oooh, that sounds kind of "cult-like", doesn't it. OK, well, you know what I mean. We had another beautiful day in San Antonio. It was a bit warmer today, with a high of about 80. A light breeze kept it feeling nice and still very low humidity.
We did the usual things this morning, like any other morning, and then decided that we would make the 5+ mile trip to the downtown area and River Walk. On foot. ...
... and had a good time. Just a shame some of our party were under 21 so couldn’t join us, that was a problem throughout our San Fran to New York stretch. The river runs through San Antonio centre so it makes pretty viewing at night. The morning after we all got up and went to the Alamo. It’s a Texan stronghold where a lot of soldiers were holed up fighting off wave after wave of Mexicans in the America-Mexico war. After 2 weeks the Alamo fell and ...
... the Alamo. It was a very interesting insight into Texas independence and how 200 people were able to defend it for 13 days before being taken over and killed with the only survivors being 6 women and children and a slave. Almost seen as an iconic Texan memorial now. We then got back on the bus and got off at the Market Place and had a look around the 3 block market including the Farmers Market. We went into the famous Mi Terra restaurant and looked ...