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TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn New Braunfels
The Hotel is old but the rooms are clean. If you are looking for a place to sleep after a long day, this is the hotel for you. The free breakfast was good too.
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It's morning, no story yet but having lunch with my daughter Sonya at La Gloria, no , that's not heaven, nor is it that sleepy little town down in South Texas by the border. It's a Mexican food restaurant at the old Pearl Brewery grounds. Is it any good or just ok, tell ya later,at least my thoughts. Oh, in San Antonio,Texas ( home of the Alamo. Got to La Gloria a bit early and sat in the shade by the SA river taking in the place. Parking was a bit tight but it's Friday ...
... nice, although an awful lot of restaurants, which also all seemed to be serving the biggest portions! We had a nice walk round, before heading back to camp. This morning we are heading to look round the Alamo, before heading to Austin. State count- 19 - New York - New Jersey - Pennsylvania - Ohio - Indiana - Illinois - Wisconsin - Minnesota - South Dakota - Wyoming - Montana - Idaho - Utah - Nevada - California - Arizona - Colorado - New Mexico - ...
... decided on Mad Dogs Pub for a beer and a salad. The salad do good after a month in South America not eating anything raw. We then boarded the River Barge for a 40 minute ride on the river. Beautiful at night with the thousands of restaurants and lights. Mariachis serenading here and there and the warm evening air welcome after the heat of the ...
... and 2) we needed to have tested the door locks before locking the door with Jack - our Schnauzer inside! Fortunately, our neighbors Jim and Joan came to our rescue! The River Road Camp is very nice and is right on the Guadalupe (3546 River Road). We are in campsite #16. All the campsites after this -17, etc., are shaded. Tall cypresses and oaks line the banks. There are lots of restrooms near the camps, shower facilities, and tube rentals. ...
... so I always try and seek them out. I had found the number for the company that ran the tours but they weren’t offering them currently due to being involved in fund raisers. I was able to find a walking tour map of them on the net though but we were advised not to actually walk it and drive instead. Apparently the West Side is not the safest part of town to be walking for tourists.
First stop was El Mercado which was easily found. This is ...