SpringHill Suites San Antonio Medical Center/Six Flags
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Everything has greened up beautifully here in Texas, with all the spring showers. The wild flowers blanket the roadsides in blue, yellow, red and pink. We had a nice Easter, went to Brunch at the Alsace Hotel up the road. It was pretty darned good and I ate too much, of course. Naturally, I had to take a nap to help digest brunch. We spent the rest of the day with friends. The folks next to us had a large family gathering! And I do mean ...
... up the reservoir and got on our way. Everything was working as it was supposed to. I asked Bob if we should stop in Johnson City to check the fluid level and said he didn't think so since everything was working well. However, there is a downhill drive right before a bridge going into Marble Falls, so you can see what I was thinking. But I wasn't driving, so I didn't know how it was handling. Well just as we were driving into Johnson City and slowing for a light, once again the ...
We motored merrily out of the Rio Grande Valley and careened cautiously over the concrete all the way up to San Antonio. Actually we got stopped in a check point to see if we were citizens. We assured them that we didn't have anyone else in the coach and they let us go thru.
San Antonio is a busy place with lots of cars and trucks and a freeway system that resembles a bowl of spaghetti. While traversing the atrocious turnpike and right in ...
... dirty flood water soak through to my clothes, so I was so happy with that. We had lunch and the weather was still so hot everything dried out well fairly quickly. We set up camp and Chris went to bed for a 4 hour nap, which I definitely couldn’t blame him for. While at Walmart we had all contributed to get him some beer and wine as a token of our appreciation as driving 8 hours, some in the dark, after 3 hours sleep, in wet clothes was a terrific effort. ...
... it was huge, always bigger in Texas, so true. The kids kept saying you really must be hungry Mom. Courtney helped me and had a couple of fajitas which she loved! We then walked in the direction of King Williams historic district. We stopped at the Nuevo Street dam which is part of the Riverwalk flood control system where they have created a third underground channel to cope with any major influxes of water. It is 3 miles long and goes under the ...