Residence Inn San Antonio Downtown / Market Square
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Our only activity today was an attempt to get the suitcases fuller before we head home in three weeks. We went to many stores over 6 hours and didn't get much at all, despite trying on lots of clothes. The day was pretty warm but it got overcast so the day was comfortable despite being in the late 80s. For lunch we had Taco Bell and for dinner we had ...
First stop today was a visit to the Nature Bridge caves just out of Schertz. We decided to take both tours into the two separate caves. The two caves sit at constant 72f but with 99% humidity the temperature feels more like 80-85f, so as warm as outside the cave. Both tours were 70 mins in length. The first guy seemed a little bored so wasn't that great but the second guy was good. The first tour was large, ...
... when the chain restaurant we ate in had a cop on duty full time policing the parking lot. Oh well, I knew this was going to be an adventure and this just helped add a little color!
Our pictures today include windmills, a mountain that looks like a boob and an alleged “scenic view”. You be the judge. Oh, and us, just in case we changed from yesterday. :o)
Onward to Gulfport, MS.
... couldn't be happier. We set off across East New Mexico and West Texas on our way to San Antonio. The scenery was very flat to begin with nothing but low sagebrush and occasional drill rigs to look at. As we traveled East, the landscape changed to low rolling hills with some trees, some stone outcrops and livestock. We saw a lot of goats and some cows. We stopped for a quick dinner which we ate in the car. We arrived in San Antonio at about 9:30 and met up with ...
... for the public to see by riding on the bike trails, walking or coming by car. The Visitor Center is only at the Mission San Jose which is still owned and operated by the Catholic Church but the NPS maintains all the grounds around it and the other missions. These missions were established along the San Antonio River in the 1700's by Spain to claim more territory and to spread the Catholic faith. All of the missions have been partially ...