Residence Inn San Antonio Seaworld
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... For those who are curious, I started this blog for family members and really, anyone else who wants to keep up with me while I go on this European adventure. I hope y'all enjoy reading it and I am sorry in advance if it is somewhat lacking. I will try to update as often as I can but I am kind of a noob at all of this blogging. Wish me luck!
Cheers, tea and crumpets, bits 'n bobs, and all of that poppycock
(My attempt to sign off)
--- Until next time, Kelsea
... inland and scrubby trees and grasslands. Met up with Even and met his girlfriend that he is staying with and helped move a few big chairs around. San Antonio is interesting in that it doesn’t have many tall buildings and is spread out more so it has a more neighbourhood feel to it. More smaller shops along the riverwalk that runs through the city giving it a nice atmosphere. We went out to eat lunch at a tasty ...
... sounded pretty friendly. It sure was! 16oz (more than a schooner) of citrus vodka, midori melon liqueur, coconut rum and banana liqueur with pineapple juice. Despite serving lethal drinks, the Rainforest Cafe was really a themed family restaurant. It was canopied with huge inside rainforest inhabited by life-size animated creatures. We enjoyed our clam chowder despite the glaring gaze of a bull elephant who startled us now and then with his ...
... the price! Me and Candice spent the afternoon chilling around camp in the air con room and doing some laundry. When the others returned it was cooking time and tonight was group D's turn (me, Alice and Jack) we got together and cooked Alice's recipe of thai stir fry with beef and egg! It was AMAZING!! We stayed up and chattered for a whole before calling it a night around 11, ready for our driving day ...
... take people. The first one on the list – closed at weekends. Pretty unhelpful. The second one won’t accept foreign insurance. As 99% of people who do Trek America are not American, it’s pretty pointless to even have that one on the list. Do your research Trek America! So the third and final option – we end at ER. Surprisingly there’s no queue and I’m seen immediately by two super friendly super American women. She asks for my ...