Sleep Inn & Suites at Six Flags
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Decided to head to Bandera on my way to Gander State park where the river levels are suppose to be higher. My brother-inlaw's dad lives there with his wife and runs a saddle and leather works shop so thought I would say "hi" and check out some sites. This is some absolutely beautiful country in these parts. The drive from Boerne, Tx to ...
Our only activity today was an attempt to get the suitcases fuller before we head home in three weeks. We went to many stores over 6 hours and didn't get much at all, despite trying on lots of clothes. The day was pretty warm but it got overcast so the day was comfortable despite being in the late 80s. For lunch we had Taco Bell and for dinner we had ...
... the caves we stopped at the Animal Park and Snake Farm on the way back to the hotel. There were a huge number of snake types either some brilliant colours and patterns. Outside we saw some cool animals including fennec fox, white lion, macaw, prairie dog and hyenas. Some of the cages seemed inappropriate for the animals, in that they were pretty basic and concrete. For dinner we went to Wendy's and had some ...
San Antonio part 2: Today I wandered off the key tourist spots, but still along San Antonio's Riverwalk.
On the way to a Mexican hot spot, I stopped at the Spanish Governor's Palace built in the Adobe style of architecture. Then, I found a charity second hand shop. In case, I run out of proper clothes, there I find everything I need for about 3.99 USD a piece. Lunch has happend at a Mexican restaurant (see separate entry on food).
After that I walked ...
... saloon is rumored to be the location of the planning of the Mexican Revolution by Pancho Villa, and it's the place where Teddy Roosevelt recruited the Rough Riders. We explored Ranger Town, an authentic representation of the old west, sidled up to the bar and even got thrown in the local jail (for what, I can't even begin to imagine :) and finished with a tour of the Texas Ranger Museum. All in all, one of the most fascinating stops of ...