La Quinta Inn San Antonio Market Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Cumulative miles driven: 2,472
Having driven from Fort Worth via Austin, the state capital of Texas, the car has stayed parked up for two days in San Antonio as this is a walkable city. We have enjoyed a fair amount of walking, eating and drinking over the past couple days and very nice it has been!
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... stop by. It was great! Blue Hole is a spring fed (from Jacob's Well) swimming place that is surrounded by tall beautiful cypress trees. The water was very cold, but oh so enjoyable. Definitely worth the $9.00 entry fee - clean bathrooms too. They close if they get up to capacity, but luckily it was not too crowded the day we were there. A refreshing end to our wonderful trip to the Texas Hill Country - now back to Austin we ...
... and then set off.
We rode the streets for a while (yeah we're cool) then hit the Riverwalk going north. There were hardly any people there, and the riding was smooth, and not too hot (shocking I know). We stopped at the Japanese Tea Garden (the sign said Chinese - really, during WWII you had to change it?!?), walked around a bit, then went on. We rode north as far as Central Market on Broadway and Hildebrand, where ...
... It was just what the doctor had orderered. Everyone loved the food there and it was surprisingly cheap at what would have been £15! We then headed back towards the mall and luckily the shops were now open. A quick wander and a run for the bus and we were back at camp just in time to meet Clara who was driving us to a gun range. We needed up at Nardis Gun club where I choose (on advice from Tom) to go with a smith and Wesson ...
... valiantly killed a small tarantula for me. I sat on the picnic table and refused to come down until the van was back and then I sat in the van. We got to the visitor center and got audio guides to visit the 'big room' with. The Big Room was a 1 1/2 mile loop through the cave and past several great formations. The room was about 700 yards long and about 300 feet high at the deepest section and about 8.2 acres big. We passed formations called the 'rock do ages', ...