Super 8 - San Antonio At I-10
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OMGoodness, I just spent foreVer blogging about my day and when I went to find a picture to add, it all disappeared, I'm so tired there is no way I can retype or remember what I wrote. Uggg, here are the key words - Long drive LA truckers honk Texas ...
Caught the Red Hop on Hop off bus late morning. Sat on the top deck for a good view but apart from the city centre and nearby to it there is very little of interest. It does give you an overview of the city though which allows you to then know where to go back to. Which we did. We got off at stop 7 and walked back via the River a Walk to the Central Market. A vast Mexican ...
Welcome to Texas y'all!! They say everything is bigger and better in Texas....and so it is....even the rain. It rained pretty much non stop after we crossed the border. Luckily we planned ahead and booked cabins to sleep in for the evening. The most comfortable nights sleep since Vegas. It was amazing. Kaitlin had told us about a country music gig featuring Billy Currington at the Cowboy Dance Hall and we all jumped at the chance to go. On the way, dinner ...
... could have imagined that there would be this amazing garden just plopped down in the middle of San Antonio. Instead of one pathway around the garden, there are numerous twists and turns leading the way to quiet alcoves with benches, overlooks where you can look down on the ponds and waterfall, a shady Pagoda, and numerous koi. It's like stepping back into another world. Everyone could feel it, the beauty and serenity that infused the ...
Originally the Alamo served as home to missionaries and their Indian converts for nearly seventy years. Construction began on the present site in 1724.
San Antonio and the Alamo played a critical role in the Texas Revolution. In December 1835, Ben Milam led Texian and Tejano volunteers against Mexican troops quartered in the city. After five days of house-to-house fighting, they forced General Martín Perfecto de Cós and his soldiers to surrender. ...