Days Inn San Antonio/Coliseum/AT&T Center
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... San Jose, San Juan, and Espada. Most of the trail is smooth concrete, fairly flat, and parallels the river most of the way. What a wonderful thing the National Park Service has provided...plus, did you know that the San Antonio Missions are a World Heritage Site?? The missions are the first World Heritage Site in Texas, and the 23rd in the United States - how cool is that? And this just happened July 5, 2015 - we are on the ...
... 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 ...
... hurt in making this trip but a few chickens got eaten.
San Antonio was fairly rammed and manic and well done to Meredyth for negotiating overnight parking down to $20 a car. We headed off to the Parade - try finding seats when the blocks aren't marked but we made it. An excellent show even though I remain bemused how everything can be 'awesome' and yelled at whilst disappearing to find more food every hour or ...
... has to be a better way, so if anyone knows a trick to unhooking the car without using a hammer, please inform us.
Anyway by the time we unpacked "G/G" and arrived in our driveway, it was about 2:30. Then we had to unpack the car which took another 30-45 minutes!
We were so tired that after we ate a bite, Bob napped while watching some of his DVRed shows and I took a short rest and we were in bed by 9pm. Yes I know we are ...
... instructed to refrain from using my camera.
After touring more of the city we settled into our hotel for the night. We spent the next two hours planning the next leg of our trip which became a challenge as we are venturing out to sparsely populated areas with limited hotel accommodations. Tomorrow, we will be driving to Austin and back by way of a scenic highway through what promises to be beautiful country. Then, to the ...