SpringHill Suites San Antonio Medical Center/Northwest
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Today was checkout day so we bid a fond farewell to New Orleans. It time permits on the way back, I'll stop by the Riverwalk one more time. Our drive to San Antonio was pretty easy. We got a late start so by the time I hit Houston, the traffic was relatively light. I made it to San Antonio pretty late and basically just crashed after checking in. …
Left hotel after breakfast at 10 and set TomTom for San Antonio but on minor roads again. Pass through lots of small towns, a lot of the shops on the main streets seem closed - wonder where all these people work, on the land or oil fields I guess. More wind farms on the hills again, Peter gets quite excited when he gets a bend in the road as it's so unusual - thank goodness for the cruise control. Stop for petrol at Ozona, it's still $3.34 a gallon (although US gallons are ...
... Chester Nimitz and the home of the National Museum of the Pacific War (WWII). We spent nearly three hours in the museum, and could have spent more time. The George HW Bush Gallery focuses on the entire story of WWII in the Pacific--from the seeds of conflict that led to the attack on Pearl Harbor to the joy and relief after the end of the war. The story is told through the ...
... we looked forward to was seeing the different landscapes across the country. We are already seeing different plants and animals and we have only gone a short distance.
In Dallas George looked forward to seeing the five-level highway interchange. When there is not enough area for roads to work side by side; they have nowhere to go but UP. And up they went... ...
... Although we did not figure out where we really went wrong, we finally figured out how to get to our car. We retrieve our trusty jeep and head out of town ready to be back in our RV home, a place that everything is familiar to us.
We enjoyed visiting San Antonio because we have never been here. We realize again—large cities and big crowds and just not "our thing". But the people are really nice and we always love seeing new ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsSpringHill Suites San Antonio Medical Center/Northwest
This hotel is very similar to the one I stayed at in New Orleans. It's another Springhill and I must say, that is my favorite line from Marriott. I've stayed at a few others (Townplace Suites, Fairfield Inn and Marriott) but for the money, this is the best value. The rooms are spacious and for a party of 5, that's very important.
I think the best part of this stay is that at breakfast, the waffle maker was in the shape of Texas! It made us laugh for sure.
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