quite a fine looking crew. 89 huh, looks as tho she coulda been cast as mrs. d in lastest movie.
Yessir, and she's probably more spry and full of fire than Mrs. D ever was!
Another living link to the Waynamo is none other than Rudy "It Do!" Robbins. Here's the gang of four at Rudy's real estate office in Bandera, Texas. We'd stopped off in Bandera 02/28/2005 on our way to the Alamo Village in Brackettville and the hotel facilities there in Fort Clark Springs.
Post by Cole_blooded on Mar 30, 2005 11:24:14 GMT -5
Nef,when you visited the Alamo-2004 movie set were you in awe while looking at the Alamo Church,the Palisades,North wall,etc,etc,?,especially after having been reading,studying,reinactments,etc,on the Alamo and the final Seige for many years? ;D
It was a unique experience, cole. Bracketttville and the Waynamo will always be there for memories of that film, but the Dripping Springs Set--particularly the town---made me feel that I was actually in the San Antonio of 1836.
There are two Alamo Cafe locations in San Antonio. The one we went to is located at 10060 Interstate Highhway 10 West, between Wurzbach and Huebner.
The other location is at: 14250 U.S. Highway 281 North, between Bitters andf Brook Hollow.
The Alamo is a Bakery and Restaurant, which means that you can watch the cooks while they prepare fresh, thick tortillas and pan dulce. The restaurant fare is traditional Tex-Mex food, but boast's The Alamo's own Chicken-fried steak, which is what I had!
With never-ending baskets of fresh tortilla chips and with everything around you having something, or other to do with the Shrine of Texas Liberty, the Alamo is a fun place to be.
Post by Bromhead24 on Nov 16, 2007 11:03:55 GMT -5
They should raise the post office and all of the buildings along the west and rebuild all of the alamo walls and leave a 50 to 75yd space between all of the modern building......i know, wishfull thinking