La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Fiesta TX
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today, I ended my holiday break in a very chilly San Antonio. Sorry for the obnoxious title but basketball season is in full throttle and the spurs are my team.(!!!!) Not really, but everyone loves to say that here and rep the spurs with flags and stickers on their cars. Gotta admire that pride, huh? Anyways back to the important stuff, I am feeling very excited but anxious about the next five months. I can't believe the first leg of my journey is already here and about to ...
... inland and scrubby trees and grasslands. Met up with Even and met his girlfriend that he is staying with and helped move a few big chairs around. San Antonio is interesting in that it doesn’t have many tall buildings and is spread out more so it has a more neighbourhood feel to it. More smaller shops along the riverwalk that runs through the city giving it a nice atmosphere. We went out to eat lunch at a tasty ...
... setting off a cacophony of jungle screeches and roars. Interesting... After that, we had to visit the Alamo (recalling the show F-Troop from our childhood - "remember the Alamo!"). This was originally a mission, later used as a military fortress where brave Texans, well outnumbered, fought off the invading Mexican Army, and lost. Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett both died in the Battle of Alamo. By then, it was late afternoon and time for our own battle ...
... 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. ...
... hold off Santa Anna’s army of men during a 13 day siege of the Alamo in 1836 before finally succumbing. The ruins of the building where this great battle was fought have been preserved for visitors to look around. We head inside to watch a DVD on the big screen about the Alamo for those of us who aren’t too up on our history. It’s pretty interesting. American soldiers managed to resist the attack for days despite being overwhelmed in numbers. ...