La Quinta Inn & Suites Boerne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we spent a couple of hours reading by the pool (87 degrees) before heading to the New Braunfels Smokehouse for dinner. Texans eat a LOT of meat!!!!! We packed our cases tonight as we have a long drive ahead tomorrow, Lafayette, Louisiana is our next stop, presuming we don't get lost navigating our way in & out of Houston! Our next hotel is located on the river (swamps) so I'm hoping to get some gator ...
... and so delicious.
Spent a couple of hours in San Antonio. We first saw the Alamo and then had a drink at a restaurant on the Riverwalk. Was a nice city but ready to move on.
KOA was in the middle of nowhere. Who ever heard of Kerrville ...
Although I grew up in Texas, I had never visited the Panhandle, that "Home on the Range" prairie where the deer and the buffalo once roamed. Today, it's cattle country with oil wells pumping. Jack had a list of interesting sites to visit before heading on down the road to Katy (our niece) and Aj's wedding, so we were happy to have a few leisurely days for this part of our tour.
After leaving Colorado, we cut through a narrow part of northeast New Mexico, ...
... ranging discussions during our evening at the Riggott’s home. I didn’t really know Keith, Wendy and Cheyenne, but was reminded of probably being introduced years ago at Calvary Chapel, Fort Lauderdale. Wendy’s sister, Heather is Isabelle’s close friend, Gabby’s mom (from school and dance). So Izze’s friend’s mom’s sister’s family opened their home to us – relative strangers really. Given that ...
... Chester Nimitz and the home of the National Museum of the Pacific War (WWII). We spent nearly three hours in the museum, and could have spent more time. The George HW Bush Gallery focuses on the entire story of WWII in the Pacific--from the seeds of conflict that led to the attack on Pearl Harbor to the joy and relief after the end of the war. The story is told through the ...