Days Inn San Antonio Northwest / Seaworld
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... fast food world serving the multitudes, we again explored the myths of America, the windows of Hollywood thru which we in foreign lands gaze, learning how to fear and loathe a city like LA. Sure LA's got its share of thugs and gangsters who would rape and murder their own mother (and not in that order), but as in Australia it's relative to a robust majority peacefully going about their business, people just trying to get-by like you and me. You forget this if you catch ...
... was a cultural highlight to understand how the slaughter of such a relative few could matter so much for Texas, American and the world. Even though I will confess it got boring pretty quickly, it was interesting to observe how the bravery of those who sacrificed themselves for something they hoped would be greater, is sometimes viewed as a trite cliché.
After the Alamo, we rounded a few corners looking for a way to get Matt’s wheel chair down to ...
... only they made a giant zip tie!!! See picture titled "Giant Zip Tie." We sped along at about 70 mph most of the day. That seems pretty fast with a trailer if you come from Kalifornia, but is about ten mph slower than the speed limit in Texas. Everything here seems like it makes more sense. The DJs on the radio stations even seem to be more level headed. I have actually started listening to Country again. Of course the stations here ...
... amp; was pretty stoked. We hit the road to drive overnight planning to sleep at a rest stop just out of Fort Worth. But the rest stop was closed so we found the closet KOA campground & arrived in the middle of the night. They put packs in the directory board with sites that available. We picked the smallest site which was still huge since they mainly cater for big RVs or buses. It's a great system when your ...
... down shirt on clearance.
Diana had to go back to base, so Nate and I drove out after to go see Natural Bridge Caverns. We snuck in on the very last tour of the day. It's super humid in there, but it was worth it. The views are spectacular!
After, we drove to Whole Foods and the ridiculously large Central Market to top off our travel food supplies.
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