Rodeway Inn & Suites Fiesta Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stop by. It was great! Blue Hole is a spring fed (from Jacob's Well) swimming place that is surrounded by tall beautiful cypress trees. The water was very cold, but oh so enjoyable. Definitely worth the $9.00 entry fee - clean bathrooms too. They close if they get up to capacity, but luckily it was not too crowded the day we were there. A refreshing end to our wonderful trip to the Texas Hill Country - now back to Austin we ...
... too exciting), then just walking around, then to the Menger hotel where we looked around in the lobby - interesting photos on the walls, etc. The Menger bar is where Teddy Roosevelt hung out in the day and recruited his Rough Riders - it really is a pretty bar, with all of the dark wood. We had a drink and then headed back to the hotel - it was Shark Week on TV, so we watched Jaws II, went to bed, and had nightmares.
... catfish and blackened shrimp, great stuff! I was able to talk at length with the riders and they said they would share the site with all their friends. Antonio would like to make this an annual event and said I would have to come down for it. I told him I'll fly and rent if I come. Bob Schaezler and Faelyn Smith of the GBF took great care of me, put the banners up and printed The ...
... to airport rate is cheaper. We told him we didn't want to go all the way out there (was only 7 miles) to get no where. So he rang them first and put the phone on speaker; he spoke to the manager and explained our situation, saying how disappointed and angry we were. He told the SAN manager that he had told us that she would be able to fix the problem for us and get us the cheaper rate; the SAN manager wasn't happy that he had told us this and asked if we were still there not to ...
... an the rich fields and pastures that surrounded it. It was often called, "Queen of the Missions". The massive stone walls surrounding the mission were for protection and defense. Mission residents learned to use firearms to fend off Comanche and Apache raids.
It's been so great to see so many historical sites along the way, and we are not done yet! Stay tuned...