Mid Towne Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Just about an hour drive to Wimberley - we parked and walked around the square. There were many gift and antique shops, and a few art shops as well. It is a cute little town, not as big as Fredricksburg, and a little more "artsy". Then we headed to Blue Hole - I had heard about this swimming spot from some friends a while back, so we ...
From Mission San Jose we rode to Mission San Juan, After that it was to the Mission Espada. At each mission we got out and walked around - history and exercise, what can you say! After Mission Espada we headed north on the return trip, and stopped by a table in the shade for our picnic. There was a breeze while we ate our sandwich and sipped our wine - lovely! Remember the chocolate we got? Yeah, it melted. But we ate it ...
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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.
Willie's will be donating a portion of the day's receipts to The ONE Ride. "Great food and Great People!" 15801 San Pedro ...
... in the United States. There is a lot of history there. While the Mission San Antonio de Valero (the Alamo), was the first mission built in San Antonio, there are actually four more along what is called the Mission Trail. They were all established along the San Antonio River in the early 1700's. We took a tour of the Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo, the second oldest original mission in the region. Pictures are below. ...
... and David Crockett, famed frontiersman and former congressman from Tennessee.
The final assault came before daybreak on the morning of March 6, 1836, as columns of Mexican soldiers emerged from the predawn darkness and headed for the Alamo's walls. Cannon and small arms fire from inside the Alamo beat back several attacks. Regrouping, the Mexicans scaled the walls and rushed into the compound. Once inside, they turned a captured cannon on the Long Barrack and ...