Camino Real Motel
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... over 230 feet and deepest part of the caverns opened for tours goes 180 feet below the surface. We took the Discovery Tour, a three-quarter mile long and follows steep switchbacks that take you deep into the caverns. The last part of the tour, going out of the cavern, is so steep, even the younger visitors were huffing and puffing. The different sections of the ...
... First, the O. Henry House orginally built by German immigrant. Second, the Guenther House, the home a German mill owner. Third, Steves Homestead, the home of another wealthy German immigrant. And finally, King William Street named after Kaiser Wilhelm. Most old houses in that neighborhood were built by German immigrants of the 19th century. Check the pics and you will see why German influence is visible. The villas are built of stone instead of wood as commonly used in the ...
For breakfast at the motel I could select from donuts, muffins, waffels, and
bananas. Of course, no low carb options! However, the waffels were good as you
could make them yourself (see photo).
Now for lunch and dinner you can choose between Mexican or Texas BBQ. Mexican
basically means tacos or enchiladas, both always served with rice and black
beans. BBQ options are steak or ribs.
And inbetween? ...
... when the chain restaurant we ate in had a cop on duty full time policing the parking lot. Oh well, I knew this was going to be an adventure and this just helped add a little color!
Our pictures today include windmills, a mountain that looks like a boob and an alleged “scenic view”. You be the judge. Oh, and us, just in case we changed from yesterday. :o)
Onward to Gulfport, MS.
We had to be packed up and on the road this morning by 6pm, it's a 670 k drive, our longest yet. Our destination is San Antonio. San Antonio is quite a revered place for Texans, as this is the place where 200 of their finest men took a stand against 1500 Mexican soldiers. It's all a little confusing, the Texans were defending a Spanish missionary, they were all killed. The Mexicans then took control of the Missionary, it was their strike ...