L'Eglise de Jesus-Christ des Saints des Derniers Jours,
Mission Mormone, BP93
(for pkgs add: Cours de L'Union Sacree)
Papeete Tahiti 98714
Great! Grandad Frank goes to SAT and SAS!
One thing my Dad asked to do when we visited San Antonio was to go to the SAS Shoe Factory so he could buy a couple of pairs of his favorite shoes. (I did not know that SAS shoes stood for San Antonio Shoes, you learn something new every day.) When we found the Shoe Factory, we discovered a fun retro world! We could watch how shoes were made, munch on penny candy and nickel peanuts, shop for all kinds of trinkets and memorabilia, hang out in an old fashioned ice cream and malt shop, and examine old hot rods! First thing Dad wanted to do was have a picture under the "McDonald" sign he saw as we drove up (some placards from an old hair commercial about Old McDonald "that needed charm" We had a lot of fun lingering in this fun place for quite awhile, and Dad got his two year supply of SAS Shoes, saving about 75 dollars from the price in the regular SAS store! Quite a worthwhile trip!