La Quinta Inn San Antonio Sea World Ingram Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the two loops.
Off we went, and it was immediately a challenge....uphill in some places, and very rocky. But up at the top it was a beautiful view, with other beautiful view along the way. The way down was very fun! It was not steep, but had long downhill stretched with some rocks, but just enough to make it enjoyable. Wheeeeee! ...
... guisada! Sorry Pig Stand, but we have moved up in the breakfast dive world! Then to Central Market to get picnic provisions - a Cuban sandwich, fruit, chocolate, and wine. We drove to the Mission San Jose and parked the truck (free! but we did make a donation). Got on the bikes and then to the Mission Trail we went.
BTW the Mission Bike Trail is wonderful! It runs through the heart of San Antonio, then south through 4 ...
... leader. We walked to the Alamo and enjoyed it from the square without going in. Good people watching! Fun facts about Texas. Texas comes from a word that means friendly. It has the second largest population after California and the second largest in size after Alaska. It became independent in 1836 , hence the lone star and became a state in 1845. I have to look ...
We woke up this morning to a phone call from Brad. His flight was cancelled and he asked if we would come get him from the airport and take him back to the hotel. In return he would buy breakfast.
What a breakfast! He found a place called Magnolias Pancake Haus http://www.magnoliapancakehaus.com/ ...
We had to be packed up and on the road this morning by 6pm, it's a 670 k drive, our longest yet. Our destination is San Antonio. San Antonio is quite a revered place for Texans, as this is the place where 200 of their finest men took a stand against 1500 Mexican soldiers. It's all a little confusing, the Texans were defending a Spanish missionary, they were all killed. The Mexicans then took control of the Missionary, it was their strike ...