Today was our last morning in Concan. We had to be out of our cabin by noon. This would also be our last day of vacation with Jason, Heather, and the kids because they headed home to Henderson this morning. Everyone woke up kind of reluctantly and slowly just from shear exhaustion. I think the length of time we spent at the river was perfect considering the ages of the kids right now. I'm not so sure the kids could have handled another day of river playtime. To be honest, the adults were pretty worn out too. We all had breakfast and then loaded Jason's car before saying our goodbyes for now. They pulled out of the driveway around 9:45 to make the trek home.
The drive to San Antonio only took an hour and half so we arrived a little early to check in to the Ramada Inn. Kate was hungry, since she didn't eat anything other than a banana and Fiber One brownie before we left the cabin, so we stopped at McDonald's so she could eat a happy meal and play on the playground for a while. She needed to run off a little energy and found a friend to play with, so we sat for about an hour. After we got settled into our room, Kate and I went swimming in the pool for a while and Nick spent some quiet time studying in the room. Then it was time to shower and head into "downtown city" for dinner.
Kate wanted Mexican food, as usual, so we chose Casa Ole on the Riverwalk. They had really good queso and chips, as well as pretty good fajitas. I was not a fan of their hot sauce not only because it had a weird flavor but because it's served warm, which really grosses me out. But they had guacamole and pico de gallo so I survived.