Motel 6 Boerne
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Greetings, still from San Antonio;
Yesterday was a quiet day. Our only real activity was to go visit The Alamo. Walking inside the museum was very reminiscent of many of the Churches we have visited in Italy. There is a sense of quiet and reverence about what happened there. It was a moving experience. Pictures are not allowed in the museum but I did snap one of the outside.
... crust, just the right amount of tomato and cheese, and salumi that tasted exactly like we had in Italy. On the antipasto plate, the prosciutto was as deliciously sweet and salty as I've ever had. Throw in a bottle of Vietti Perbaco and it made for a really nice evening.
Today we'll begin to explore San Antonio. We plan a boat tour along the river walk and a trip to The Alamo. More on that soon.
Take care all.
Angelo and Mary.
We slept in this morning and headed downstairs to the Dragon's Revenge slide when the park opened at 10am. Brynn got scared but everyone else rode, and afterwards we spent quite awhile at the Alligator River which was super fun. After that was Boogie Bahn and Katie and Annie both held on and did great for their first try. Then another go on the Alligator River. Brynn and I headed to swim in the hot pool while everyone else did The Falls. Great moment for ...
... decker instead. The first stop was the Buckhorn saloon so of course we had to get off for a beer, never seen so many dead animals heads looking down. Open since 1881 & the original owner traded antlers or a rattle from a rattlesnake for a shot of whiskey, we didn't bother with its museum of oddities. Back on the bus & the next stop was the brewery so of course we got off, what the driver had failed to tell us was that Pearl Brewery no ...
Took a new route southeast out of Denver and it is beautiful country. Again, all green and slightly rolling hills. I remember looking around about an hour out of Denver and there were no big hills, no way to see more than just a few miles of just rolling hills and thinking, "How on earth did the pioneers find their way across this??" The only way would have been to just ...