Town House Motel - Airport
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... stop by. It was great! Blue Hole is a spring fed (from Jacob's Well) swimming place that is surrounded by tall beautiful cypress trees. The water was very cold, but oh so enjoyable. Definitely worth the $9.00 entry fee - clean bathrooms too. They close if they get up to capacity, but luckily it was not too crowded the day we were there. A refreshing end to our wonderful trip to the Texas Hill Country - now back to Austin we ...
... to San Antone in the past - when Patrick and Cathy lived here, the Thanksgiving we saw the River Parade here with the Dots, my overnight trip to the zoo with the Girl Scouts, Kelly's days in San Antonio high society, etc. Walked around a bit and went to Mad Dog's pub for a digestif and to read our books. Back to the hotel, a bit of TV, then zonked out.
Tuesday July 7
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I want to thank Troy Benoit, General Manager, Tyler Lear ,Assistant Manager, and our servers Katherine Yadak and Caitlin Gamez. Great job, you really made us feel welcome.
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... this huge beast several marshmallows he soon launched his front 2 giant hooves on to the front of the boat and happily snorted them down! Madness, surely not the best nutrition for these animals we muttered but an American woman, who was, let’s say, not too much smaller than the boar responded ‘love, you are in America, everyone loves sugar!’ This theory was proven when on our way back to the jetty we came across a raccoon who also was more than ...
... to beat rush hour traffic. Ok, can I remind you that I said the challenge with San Antonio is the streets are not square! We were sure we knew where our car was, we even paid special attention to where we were when we left it. With each block we walked we realized we really had no idea where we were and there were no real landmarks to find since we were in the middle of downtown where the buildings block everything except right in front ...