Rodeway Inn at Lackland AFB
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... up hill and down hill. And then we ran out of road. OK, new plan. Cross over to the Lower Loop and take it backwards, since we know it would have to come out where we started. Yes, going the wrong way on a single track is not good biking etiquette, but we did it anyway. After a while we met up with a guy named Rex who explained how to get to a jeep road. So we did that for a while. Rex came back to make sure we ...
... to stop for snacks. We passed the University of the Incarnate Word, where my grandmother Dorothy Hoyt attended many years ago. On the ride back we passed the San Antonio Zoo, the Last Outpost, the Witte Museum, and the Art museum.
Back to the hotel, then walked to the Riverwalk for dinner at Paesano's - my favorite! Sat at a table outside and enjoyed their signature dish and a glass of wine. Talked about the many times we ...
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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.
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... going through the city and one going around it. Thank heaven for GPS or we may still be going around there. We chose an RV Resort on the southern end of San Antonio as that was the direction we would be going when we left. The resort is called Braunig Lake RV Resort. It is in the town of Elmendorf, just south of San Antonio. It is a nice resort about 15 minutes from downtown San Antonio and the Alamo off of I-37. ...
... out of La Villita Steele spotted our first pair of roadrunners surveying the water from high above.
The last thing we did before making the decision to go back to camp was hop on a Rio San Antonio cruise that took you on a guided tour of Riverwalk. It was beautiful to see the city from that point of view. We also learned that much of the riverwalk was designed to have the 1968 World's Fair in San Antonio without impeding city traffic. It was a beautiful way to ...