La Quinta Inn San Antonio Market Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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, ...
... everything Mexican. Almost overwhelmed with Mexican stuff. Most of it a bit trashy, some of it interesting but none of it of interest today. Walked back to the river visiting O'Henry's house on the way. A tiny stone cottage relocated to an uninviting car park. But the 2 minuscule rooms inside interesting and full of his life's work including his initiation of the Rolling ...
... largest pizza I have EVER seen. 37" and it was so big it only just made it in to the van with us. After pizza we made a quick stop at the river walk, found an English pub called Mad Dogs, drank a few shots and headed over to the concert. What a great night. I met me some real cowboys, watched a popular country singer live, learned to two step (with a cowboy) and wiggle dance then raved until 2 am! After a 4am bedtime some of us were up early and out again ...
... the grounds. The roses were in full bloom. There were also a number of greenhouses with tropical, desert, palm and fern plants.
We headed back to the River Walk for dinner at Casa Rio, the oldest restaurant on the River Walk. It opened for business in 1946 and still serves terrific Mexican food. We particularly liked the Texas style chili. And the margaritas were deliciosas!
Finally we took a Rio ...
... All but 1 Texan died in the battle and many Mexicans also. Many unable to be identified and who never will be. General Santa Anna (the Mexican army's leader) won the battle, but not the war, after this battle and another massacre at Goliad, ended up motivating the Texans to win nationhood, which they did just over a month later, shouting "remember the Alamo!" As you can tell, I was very interested in these historical ...