Staybridge Suites San Antonio Sea World
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... other hand will be busy. Mary and I will be testing our golf skills at TPC San Antonio, home course to the Texas Open. I'm not sure what we've gotten ourselves into but I'll be taking lots of pictures. Hopefully we will represent golf in The Villages well but no matter how we play, I'm sure we'll come home with some good golf stories.
That's all for now, stay tuned.
Angelo and Mary
... and they say Florida is hot!
Before I forget, let me tell you about our last dinner in New Orleans. We ate at John Besh's place Domenica, which is Italian for Sunday. It was a really authentic Italian trattoria, very informal and family friendly. The most memorable dishes we had were a pizza that we shared, with tomato and spicy salumi and an antipasto plate with meats and cheese. The pizza could have been made in Italy and brought to New ...
... practicing swimming, 80's music on the radio, then Tad, Andy and Daniel came in and I had a frozen margarita. Lunch was sandwiches in the room, followed by a little more park time. Then we showered and drove to San Antonio. First stop: ice cream shop. Next, Alamo. Then a stroll down the Riverwalk for a great dinner at Bella, a Mediterranean Italian restaurant. After dinner we did the mirror maze and laser challenge. We were all super tired and slept very ...
... Field. We continued to explore the base. They had a huge medically clinic, theater, and a campground. It gave us a sneak peak to what we will have at Elmendorf. We also checked out the base housing. It was very nice! Hopefully our's will be like too. We went into the Bx and window shopped. I bought a Air Force mug. Then we went to the commissary to grab food for dinner. Evan and I ate dinner back at the hotel and relaxed for a bit before going to the ...
... the indians. In 1793 Spain closed the mission, and 40 others, down for economic reasons and turned it over to the native population of San Antonio. In the early 1800's the Spanish military stationed a Calvary unit in the former mission. The former mission now became a fort. They named this new fort for the hometown and built the long barracks which is so familiar from the Fess Parker movie. The Alamo played a critical roll in the ...