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... watch people eating at restaurants. Most everyone was always busy looking down at their phones, catching up while sitting down with wifi than talking and enjoying the company of their fellow travelers.
Jody and I were guilty of this as we'll, more so me as I was always having blog entries to upload. Those blog entries with lots of pictures took some time to stay in one area to do so.
Those few free wifi places not requiring a password had so many ...
... again for more wandering around and we stopped at another restaurant for B-B-Q ribs for dinner. We even managed to find the right bus to get us back to the RV park. We rode the bike path each morning before it got too hot and on Sunday we toured a couple of the missions that are on the path. Sunday afternoon we went to a big flea market not far away but it doesn’t compare with the Red Barn in ...
... axle of the trailer and called a mobile welder to do a repair. He fixed the problem and I spend the rest of the day putting everything back together.
On Sunday, the four of us went on a 10 mile bike ride along the river to see two missions. The missions were very old as you can see in the picture. We spent the afternoon at the largest Flee Market in San Antonio. We even got to see wrestling on the main stage. We had a great time in San Antonio.
This morning we packed stuff in the car and then drove over to the storage place. We then loaded what we could into "G/G". We had already loaded the refrigerator on Sunday. Today it seemed to take a long time to get ready to leave and then we still had to fill the gas tank! We drove back to the Shell station at 1516 and then we hooked up the car. Next time we'll move "G/G" to the house to pack and ...
... facts about the Cathedral include Jim Bowie the Alamo defender marrying there in 1831. In 1836, Santa Anna hoisted a flag on what was the tower, marking 'no quarter' at the beginning of the 13 day siege which meant even if the Texians surrendered they would still be killed. Following the Alamo battle, all of the bodies of the dead were cremated together and thus in their burial that at this Cathedral all of the defenders bodies technically lie here including those of ...
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