Days Inn San Antonio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Ahhhhh. No truck today. Ahhhhhh Cooked yummy cinnamon rolls that Linda packed for us, thank you Linda! Kids got to play in game room, ride their bikes and play in the pool. Mommy got to start a book! And even got some laundry done... Hitting the road ...
Absolutely wonderful visit in San Antonio with my cousin Lewis Fisher & wife Mary. We couldn't have had a more excellent travel guide than Lewis, who has authored many books about San Antonio as well as many other places. Mary grew up in San Antonio - about as good as you can get!! Spent a delightful day w/ their son Maverick in Austin as well ...
... and informative. When we think we have things rough, we need only look back to see what these hardy folks did in defense of what they considered their home. Not sure many modern day people would be so brave.
By now it was getting to be time to head back and we toyed with the idea of walking back along the river. After finding out it was five miles, we opted to find the bus stop instead. The walk was not so much the issue as was the ...
... on top of that we had two whistle stops and a pit stop to make as well. The crucial whistle stop was checking in and dropping off our luggage at The Best Western Inn on Centinela at Inglewood. We'd booked a night there because it was close to LAX, so just a short shuttle bus ride to our domestic flight on Friday. Whistle stop 2 was to be a brief photo opportunity at the Danish flavoured Solvang, a small town of 5000 or so just off of the 101 South. One of Deanne's ...
... than interested. So we started planning. We left San Antonio on 23 July and returned on 11 Aug. except for a couple of semi little things, the trip went smoothly. On the trip up, we pulled into a campground in Sikeston, MO and the steps broke and were swinging in the breeze. We fumed and stewed while some very nice people in the campground helped by tying up the steps. The next day we took a 60 mile detour to ...