Red Roof Inn San Antonio West Sea World
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the two loops.
Off we went, and it was immediately a challenge....uphill in some places, and very rocky. But up at the top it was a beautiful view, with other beautiful view along the way. The way down was very fun! It was not steep, but had long downhill stretched with some rocks, but just enough to make it enjoyable. Wheeeeee! ...
... and then set off.
We rode the streets for a while (yeah we're cool) then hit the Riverwalk going north. There were hardly any people there, and the riding was smooth, and not too hot (shocking I know). We stopped at the Japanese Tea Garden (the sign said Chinese - really, during WWII you had to change it?!?), walked around a bit, then went on. We rode north as far as Central Market on Broadway and Hildebrand, where ...
... handouts for people. Thanks for your help putting this together.
I want to thank Troy Benoit, General Manager, Tyler Lear ,Assistant Manager, and our servers Katherine Yadak and Caitlin Gamez. Great job, you really made us feel welcome.
Willie's will be donating a portion of the day's receipts to The ONE Ride. "Great food and Great People!" 15801 San Pedro ...
... had so much to do and it's very overwhelming at times trying to organize and coordinate everything. I was only off by an hour this time - at least it wasn't a whole day like the last few mistakes, so it only meant having a bit more time to chill out. We left at 6:00 pm and caught a cab out to the AT&T Center; which was another drama in itself. I told the cab driver where we wanted to go, but he just looked very blank and didn't know where to go. I said 'we are going to ...
Once again another early start for us. We were leaving Lafayette and on our way to Texas. More specifically San Antonio. The only really exciting thing about the entire 8 hour drive was the thousands of billboards on the sides of the highways, these are generally everywhere but as soon as we hit Texas they were much more common and on both sides facing both ways. Serious advertising going on ...