Waking up to the wonderful news that your suitcase has been found and brought to your hotel is a very lovely feeling. Not only can you finally remove your makeup from the night before, but you can actually change into something new. Also, you can be relieved that for the next few days you actually have something to wear.
With the relief that my suitcase had been brought to my hotel, came the ravenous hunger within my stomach.
“FOOD FOOD FOOD!” it shouted.
And so, listening to it as if it was my master, I made my way off to get my complimentary breakfast at the Pear Tree Inn.
Although the breakfast they provided wasn’t “top-notch,” it still tasted good and most definitely filled me up. I had my fare share of food, including scrambled eggs, a waffle, vanilla yogurt, a blueberry muffin, and some decaf coffee.
They also had a “make-your-own-waffles” station. The batter was already pre-made, and all you had to do was put it into the waffle-maker and wait for it to bake. From what I can only assume, I think the waffle was supposed to be in the shape of Texas? If not, that is one strange looking waffle.
I still had some time to pass until catching a shuttle to get to the next hotel I would be staying at, so I went and grabbed my laptop and notebooks and made myself comfortable in their lobby.
Their lobby was actually very nicely designed and made working there very nice.
Now off to my next hotel!
In order to get there I had to take a free shuttle to their airport (provided by the hotel) and then hop on the “SuperShuttle” to go from the airport to the Hyatt Regency Riverwalk. This shuttle cost approximately $30 ($15 each way – I got a return ticket), so it was a pretty good deal.
And now it was time to make my way to the Hyatt Regency, get registered for my conference, and begin exploring San Antonio.