InTown Suites San Antonio West
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Our only activity today was an attempt to get the suitcases fuller before we head home in three weeks. We went to many stores over 6 hours and didn't get much at all, despite trying on lots of clothes. The day was pretty warm but it got overcast so the day was comfortable despite being in the late 80s. For lunch we had Taco Bell and for dinner we had ...
... people and the second "Hidden Passages" tour had 8 people. They really stressed the importance of not touching the walls, ceilings or formations, pointing out that doing so was a third degree felony. Apparently the oils and dirt in human hands can impact the caves, and we could see evidence of that when comparing the first caves that had bats through them 4,000 years ago with the caves that were sealed off ...
... south from our hotel towards the historic King William district. The Americanized name was chosen by the early German settlers to honor Kaiser Wilhelm. These early settlers became wealthy merchants, as you can see by the huge mansions lining King William St. After our walk we sampled the apple strudel at the famous Guenther House restaurant.
... which leads directly onto the San Anontio Riverwalk. The Riverwalk snaked its way thorough out the town and was bordered by a million restaurants. We were after some real Mexican given our proximity to the border. As luck would have it we found the Original Mexican Restaurant. See the photo as proof. Then the meal came out and it was then we realised that we were unaware that the Mexicans had ...
... as the National Monument in Washington, but the 12-ft, 22-tonne star on top makes it the tallest column monument in the world. It commemorates those who fought for Texas´s independence.
Then it was back on the road, past the Western-looking town of Shiner, past turtles soaking up the heat on the highway, past Mexican construction workers in cowboy boots and hats, past vast ranches, until we arrived at the KOA campground in San Antonio. In a nice shady lot, ...