Pinn Road Inn & Suites
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 1800-6000 Mexican troops led by General Antonio Lopaz de Santa Anna, after holding out for thirteen day they were finally overrun with only a hand full of survivors left
This action became a heroic symbol of resistance for the Texans in their struggle for independence which they won a year later.
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Even though we had they alarm on for 8am, I could not wake up for the life of me! That's a first since I've been here, and we have had loads of sleep in the last couple of days with all our lie ins! Ross woke me back up at about 8.30, we had to go downstairs and get some breakfast in the lobby as it was included in this hotel. I had some bran flakes and orange juice, Ross made a waffles in the shape of the Texas state with maple syrup on, and had cereal and ...
... out where everyone was hiding in Dallas - they're in San Antonio! Haha. It's packed here everywhere. The is loads going on, music, live Mexican and Spanish bands coming around people's tables at the restaurants, bear enough all the trees had lights hanging from then which was really pretty! The riverboat cruises where still going at 11pm! San Antonio is beautiful at night! We went in a little restaurant for a bite to eat and a drink, it was a ...
... way we saw lots of insects and various mammals however sadly not a mountain lion or black bear. We completed the route in pretty good time and then we drove straight to Fort Davis where we refreshed and headed up to North Americas largest space observatory and gazed at various planets and stars as the astronomers educated us. This was fascinating however sadly the visibility wasn't great however we still got a really good view of Saturn before heading back down and crashing to ...
... being killed, including Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and William Travis who were the most famous. Santa Anna's apparent cruelty during this battle however forced many Texians to join the Texian Army and finally on April 21, 1836, this ended the revolution between them and they won Texas for the Texian people who eventually joined the United States in 1845 as the 28th state. So, the Alamo was a very important monument of Texas and United States history.
After I visited ...