Regency Inn & Suites San Antonio
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... right outside our door and were able to get some riding in every day. We need to get some exercise, so this was perfect.
Tomorrow we are heading to Rockport, TX for a couple of days. We are checking out a couple of campgrounds on our way to Victoria. If we find something we really like, we may stay there rather than going into Victoria. We'll keep you posted, but we'll end up ...
... at LOWES. It should fit in the space without difficulty. It will be delivered to TRS while we're gone and then we will make an appointment to have them install it. We purchased a 3 yr service agreement, but now I wonder how it will be serviced since it will basically be built in. Oh well, hopefully we won't have to worry about ...
It rained a little last night and today we found another leak. However, it wasn't from the rain! This time it was the ice maker. There was a large puddle of water at the bottom edge of the refrigerator. We finally found the water turn off, so now we have to buy ice until we decide on the residential refrigerator we want installed. Really would like to get that completed before our New Year's trip. We'll just keep ...
... the grounds. The roses were in full bloom. There were also a number of greenhouses with tropical, desert, palm and fern plants.
We headed back to the River Walk for dinner at Casa Rio, the oldest restaurant on the River Walk. It opened for business in 1946 and still serves terrific Mexican food. We particularly liked the Texas style chili. And the margaritas were deliciosas!
Finally we took a Rio ...
... All but 1 Texan died in the battle and many Mexicans also. Many unable to be identified and who never will be. General Santa Anna (the Mexican army's leader) won the battle, but not the war, after this battle and another massacre at Goliad, ended up motivating the Texans to win nationhood, which they did just over a month later, shouting "remember the Alamo!" As you can tell, I was very interested in these historical ...