Days Inn San Antonio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... drivers more Christian music less country music terrific tired rain dark circles eyes blood sugar old "Big "Horn" butt nose San Antonio RiverWalk hotel poop lobby Jersey pet friendly beautiful place early walk Randy love God blessed sweet dreams. Forgot, ...
... Cafe. Their lunch special on Friday was fried catfish and shrimp with sweet potato fries. We topped it off with their bread pudding - the waiter thought it was a fabulous dish - but the bread pudding had raisins in it which is not my favorite. But they put on the side of the bread pudding fried bananas and caramelized nuts with a bit of ice cream that was just as good as the bread pudding!!!
... anyway when the rest of the group arrived I decided that I should really see a doctor. I'm glad I did although $200 later, 2 lots of antibiotics at 6 pills a day for 10 days isn't much fun. At least my leg is less swollen and getting better each day. On the plus side I did get to eat at a real local eatery called Taco Petes, ate huevos rancheros and tried my first and not my last horcahata - I love this drink!! Next stop Austin, Texas "Keep Austin ...
... 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 ...