La Quinta Inn San Antonio Market Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- 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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... had awesome food, and invited us over. Nice family, a very diverse group.
Last week, Mike and I visited the Steinbach Haus in Castroville. It's a small, medieval house originally built in Wahlbach, County of Sundgau, Alsace, France, between 1618 and 1648 by the Steinbach family who lived in the home well into the 1900's. In 1998, it was given to the City of Castroville, Texas as a gift from the citizens of Alsace, France. ...
... fluid reservoir and sure enough it was pretty empty. Bob went into the oil place to see if he had any brake fluid. He did not sell any, but he did have some DOT 3 in his car. Well, that was not going to work since the tag on the reservoir stated only DOT 5.1 to be used. Not once again, as luck would have it, there was an Auto Zone "just up the road". So we unhooked the car and Bob left to get some brake fluid and a funnel. (Another reason to tow.) He returned, ...
... sounded pretty friendly. It sure was! 16oz (more than a schooner) of citrus vodka, midori melon liqueur, coconut rum and banana liqueur with pineapple juice. Despite serving lethal drinks, the Rainforest Cafe was really a themed family restaurant. It was canopied with huge inside rainforest inhabited by life-size animated creatures. We enjoyed our clam chowder despite the glaring gaze of a bull elephant who startled us now and then with his ...
... spot, I see a sign that says "trucks take upper level". The road I was supposed to be on was on the right....Yup, I was on the left. Swish and Swash (another made up word--I'm good huh) and the road bed narrowed to maybe a foot wide, well maybe 81/2 feet, and a very tight curve. Twenty mph tight, with a concrete wall on the left side of the coach and a bunch of pillars all over the place and cars going really fast. I grabbed the bottom of the seat ...