Ramada Limited San Marcos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... to be a bit healthier and also save the pennies. Today was the 8th day on the bounce of having rice, veg and sauce for dinner! And to be honest I'm not too sick of it! But that'll be the last of it for now anyway as I'd be meeting up with Cal again tomorrow. The following day, Cal picked me up and took me to his where I would stay for a few nights. He lives in New Braunfels, closer to San ...
... and Wisconsin and we spent a lot of time at the capital in D.C. so it was cool to soak in the history of how this one came about and how Texas was its own recognized nation. Also, it was cool to piece together the collective histories of Louisiana and Texas. We also learned very quickly that people from Texas love Texas.
Next, we headed to the University of Texas campus. We had a great time touring around the ...
... there as it was my first
time visiting Masi. She came especially for the wedding and has always been
close – she’s so sweet in the way she fusses and kept telling us we could stay
in any room we wanted and made us some great Indian food the next day.
Unfortunately she had to work for our first few days but we spent time with
Masa and went to the beautiful Capitol building where political decisions for
the state of Texas are made, we ate at ...
... of a pilgrimage for Kelsey - I also found $2 on the floor and that paid for our bottles of water, brilliant!). We checked out Waterloo Records and Book People and did even more window shopping before walking all the way down Sixth Street and back to Congress where we jumped on a bus and went straight back to the hostel.
One of the hostel volunteers, Monica, was running a little movie night slash free dinner, and who were we to say no to Bill & Ted's Excellent ...
San Marcos is a quiet University town settled by mostly German and other European emigrants. The San Marcos River is a great attraction and provides fun and amusement. The headwater springs are popular and on the University grounds. Doug hikes two or three times a year along the river and on the nature trails. Here are some pictures of Charlotte and Adi and also some pictures of a 10 kilometer Volksmarch (hike) from Jan 2012. Enjoy these pictures.