Carefree Inn Lackland
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Today, I ended my holiday break in a very chilly San Antonio. Sorry for the obnoxious title but basketball season is in full throttle and the spurs are my team.(!!!!) Not really, but everyone loves to say that here and rep the spurs with flags and stickers on their cars. Gotta admire that pride, huh? Anyways back to the important stuff, I am feeling very excited but anxious about the next five months. I can't believe the first leg of my journey is already here and about to ...
... inland and scrubby trees and grasslands. Met up with Even and met his girlfriend that he is staying with and helped move a few big chairs around. San Antonio is interesting in that it doesn’t have many tall buildings and is spread out more so it has a more neighbourhood feel to it. More smaller shops along the riverwalk that runs through the city giving it a nice atmosphere. We went out to eat lunch at a tasty ...
... Cathedral, arriving just as 12.05 mass started. It was celebrated by the Archbishop and was bilingual - in English and Spanish, alternatively! Afterwards, we went up to admire the amazing gold retablo behind the altar - see photo - and were greeted by the Archbishop. He seemed a very decent and discerning fellow, cupping his hand on Anne's face and saying how beautiful she was!!! After leaving mass, there was a joint gasp of delight on spying ...
... purchases, our iPad, Bill's expensive kites, our sunglasses, my wallet with gift cards in it, and a bit of cash. Bill says we fed some needy people. A good thing to do after watching that particular movie.
The past 6 weeks have been great and we’ve had a lot of fun but we are looking forward to heading home to see the family. Seeing Hunter during FaceTime calls has been good but I can’t wait to pick him up and hug ...
... over how
to best restore the mission, culminating in a court case to decide
which of their competing DRT chapters controlled the Alamo. As a result
of the feud, Texas governor Oscar B. Colquitt
briefly took the complex under state ...