Super 8 Motel Six Flags San Antonio
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Today is Sunday, 11/2 and my first thought is that it's hard to believe that I've been retired 5 months already and that we've been on the road for nearly 5 months. It's so true --- how quickly time flies. This is our last day in San Antonio after being here for 2 weeks. This is the longest we've stayed in one spot. We really enjoyed it here. We got to see lots of things and really got time ...
... at LOWES. It should fit in the space without difficulty. It will be delivered to TRS while we're gone and then we will make an appointment to have them install it. We purchased a 3 yr service agreement, but now I wonder how it will be serviced since it will basically be built in. Oh well, hopefully we won't have to worry about ...
It rained a little last night and today we found another leak. However, it wasn't from the rain! This time it was the ice maker. There was a large puddle of water at the bottom edge of the refrigerator. We finally found the water turn off, so now we have to buy ice until we decide on the residential refrigerator we want installed. Really would like to get that completed before our New Year's trip. We'll just keep ...
... out of La Villita Steele spotted our first pair of roadrunners surveying the water from high above.
The last thing we did before making the decision to go back to camp was hop on a Rio San Antonio cruise that took you on a guided tour of Riverwalk. It was beautiful to see the city from that point of view. We also learned that much of the riverwalk was designed to have the 1968 World's Fair in San Antonio without impeding city traffic. It was a beautiful way to ...
... if I was able to check in early at 8.30am instead of 2.00pm. As luck would have it, the room was available.
The hotel I am staying at is also known as "The Jail" amongst the staff as the building once served as the Bexar County Jail between 1878 and 1962. It was opened at a time when counties were responsible for carrying out executions. There was a trap door on the second floor and the rope used for the hangings sat coiled up in the Sheriff's office. The last hanging at the ...