Fireside Inn San Antonio / Ft. Sam Houston
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Greetings, still from San Antonio;
Yesterday was a quiet day. Our only real activity was to go visit The Alamo. Walking inside the museum was very reminiscent of many of the Churches we have visited in Italy. There is a sense of quiet and reverence about what happened there. It was a moving experience. Pictures are not allowed in the museum but I did snap one of the outside.
Monday morning San Antonio;
Greetings all from Texas. I wish I had some pictures to send of the drive from New Orleans to San Antonio but there was nothing much to snap. It was 540 miles of flat, swampy land with the city of Houston coming somewhere in between. It was a really boring ride. To pass the time though, I announced the changing temperature to Mary as the thermometer went from 88 when we left New Orleans to 102 when we arrived in San ...
Today we took a more relaxed morning and stayed in the waterpark near our room all day while the Kelly's met up with friends at the other park to do some of the more intense slides. We started the day at the wave pool all together and then convinced Brynn to ride the Falls river ride back to the other side of the park where we enjoyed the Alligator river for a log while. Pizza lunch ...
... for him to see. He was my favorite. After lunch, we went to the Alamo. There was a small line but it moved fast. The lady letting people in told me that it's not uncommon for there to be a 3 hour line. Inside they had some cool artifacts: Davie Crockett's wallet and vest, Jim Bowie's original knife, the original doors to the compound, and General Travis's shaving blade. They also had a nice monument honoring everyone that fought and died in the Battle of the Alamo in which ...
... area and is controlled at this dam. Really sharp way of preventing flooding in the river walk area.
We then headed back along the river through La Villita, which is an arts area with little galleries and shops. We tried to pick up the bus here but we missed it so we then walked back along the river, got a bottle of water and then walked to the Buckhorn saloon and museum. We just had a look around we decided not to go into the museum as ...