Studio 6 San Antonio - Six Flags
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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 ...
Things can get pretty interesting down here in southern Texas. Decided to road trip to the Guadelupe River State Park and do some river running. Got camp set up in a beautiful spot...tent camping down here costs the same as an RV? Yep, but still had a great spot for overnight and just soak in the scenery.
Working on Roscoe and his "City Boy Training" and how every person that walks by ...
First stop today was a visit to the Nature Bridge caves just out of Schertz. We decided to take both tours into the two separate caves. The two caves sit at constant 72f but with 99% humidity the temperature feels more like 80-85f, so as warm as outside the cave. Both tours were 70 mins in length. The first guy seemed a little bored so wasn't that great but the second guy was good. The first tour was large, ...
... grounds are beautiful. It is now surrounded by downtown and hard to imagine it was once on the frontier. It think Davy Crockett would be amused to see the nearby hotel bearing his name.
Nearby is La Villeta, the oldest neighborhood in the city. Indians, Spanish soldiers, and German and French immigrants once lived here. It is now home to many arts and crafts shops.
It was now nearly 2:00 so ...
... All but 1 Texan died in the battle and many Mexicans also. Many unable to be identified and who never will be. General Santa Anna (the Mexican army's leader) won the battle, but not the war, after this battle and another massacre at Goliad, ended up motivating the Texans to win nationhood, which they did just over a month later, shouting "remember the Alamo!" As you can tell, I was very interested in these historical ...