Value Place San Antonio, Texas (South)
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... guisada! Sorry Pig Stand, but we have moved up in the breakfast dive world! Then to Central Market to get picnic provisions - a Cuban sandwich, fruit, chocolate, and wine. We drove to the Mission San Jose and parked the truck (free! but we did make a donation). Got on the bikes and then to the Mission Trail we went.
BTW the Mission Bike Trail is wonderful! It runs through the heart of San Antonio, then south through 4 ...
... catfish and blackened shrimp, great stuff! I was able to talk at length with the riders and they said they would share the site with all their friends. Antonio would like to make this an annual event and said I would have to come down for it. I told him I'll fly and rent if I come. Bob Schaezler and Faelyn Smith of the GBF took great care of me, put the banners up and printed The ...
... change. They were nice enough to take 40% off my oil change and Brittney, their marketing director, is going to send The ONE Ride information out to all their Facebook friends and news letter folks.
The Best Western in San Antonio actually discounted more off the room from the Harley or AAA rate. Thanks!
Pictures tell the story today. I look forward to tomorrow and the Green Beret event. I am sure pictures will tell the story there too. Till ...
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There's not much left of the original buildings except the church & the barrack. We were confused where to start as there were so many entrances from the street. If we hadn't gone to the History Shop we would not have known which were the original buildings. The museum had lots of artifacts & was well done. The church had no information about what ...
... years after Texas was annexed to the United States, the US
Army began renting the facility for use as a quartermaster's depot. The
US Army abandoned the mission in 1876 after nearby Fort Sam Houston
was established. The Alamo chapel was sold to the ...