Monthly Archives: November 2015

Morning in the City of New Orleans

We were up early and ready to meet the City of New Orleans. Everyone told me I would fall in love with it.   We decided to walk to the waterfront to meet the tour bus. It was supposed to … Continue reading

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Riverwalk to French Quarter

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving Day. Now it’s time to get back to my tale of our most recent adventure. We were about to embark on the Amtrak portion of our trip.  We had to be ready to … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

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Our Final Hours in San Antonio

Usually my vacations are go , go , go while I try to cram in every possible attraction and sight because who knows when I will get to return. So the first day in San Antonio with the City tour … Continue reading

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A Rainy Day in San Antonio

As I was thinking about this post I thought it was appropriate that I write it today as it’s a rainy and dreary day in Massachusetts. Perfect for putting me in the mood for telling you about our rainy day … Continue reading

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Sunken Japanese garden

As we left the Buckhorn Saloon and boarded our tour bus the first rain drops splashed on the bus windshield. It looked like our luck had run out and the rain was finally going to move in. Since the rain … Continue reading

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Buckhorn Saloon and Museum

Located in the heart of San Antonio, 2 blocks from the Alamo and 1 block from the Riverwalk, it was easy to get the tour itinerary back on track after our riverboat ride. The rain was still holding off but … Continue reading

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Riverboat Ride on The San Antonio

With an eye to the sky our guide made an executive decision. She swapped the Buckhorn Saloon and the Riverboat Ride. We could see the dark clouds heading our way on the horizon. Although it was still sunny and only … Continue reading

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The Yellow Rose of Texas

So far we’ve been to the Alamo, the mission San Jose and Mission Concepcion and it’s only just approaching time for lunch. The tour guide was keeping an eye to the sky because if it starts to rain the riverboat … Continue reading

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God Bless France

My heart goes out to Paris and all of France in the wake of the latest terror attacks. What has the world come to? Be Strong Paris!

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