Value Place San Antonio Northeast - Randolph
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... hadn't heard of her either and thoroughly disliked the music lol. I'm sure his nan and pop would be disappointed at that and would have loved to trade places! We only stayed a short while then left and headed home again, ready for another early morning tomorrow. We didn't achieve a lot in a San Antonio, mostly due to the wasted first day and the cold weather, but we saw the 2 main attractions that interested me - the Riverwalk and the Alamo, and the Rodeo of course! It is ...
... noise long before this! I had 2 others to back me up and we weren't happy - I think she has learnt her lesson. Not that this worries Ryan or I - we won't be sharing a room again unless in dire need; amongst the snoring and rustling was *******, burping, eating loudly, lights on early etc. Ryan, dad and I eventually got up at 8:00 am and we all packed up and went downstairs for breaky before hitting the road to San Antonio. It was or first decent breakfast in a long time, though ...
... in the United States. There is a lot of history there. While the Mission San Antonio de Valero (the Alamo), was the first mission built in San Antonio, there are actually four more along what is called the Mission Trail. They were all established along the San Antonio River in the early 1700's. We took a tour of the Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo, the second oldest original mission in the region. Pictures are below. ...
... Martyr for the war, soldiers would shout “remember the Alamo”. It was interesting and a basic barrack building (no photo’s allowed). After that we headed down to the river to see it during the day and had a little walk. As was a fairly regular occurrence, we met others and talked and walked for a while then separated ways and then met others, quite nice really. Anyway we all re-grouped and started on our journey towards Houston, for the NASA space centre! ...
... find it. But we were dry as it was tipping it down. We parked and then walked to the Children's museum. We spent just over an hour there while the kids explored and experimented with different things. They had a blast. Then we drove to Wal-Mart to get some drinks and snacks for our car journey tomorrow. Back to the campsite for a shower and bed. The girls struggled for a bit as it was pretty stuffy - hotter than yesterday and that nice breeze was much ...