She did. A few months later we scheduled the weekend stay and after work on a Friday, we headed down to San Antonio for a little vacation. We got in a little late on Friday night, but we had put off eating dinner so we could eat at The Cove, a cool little restaurant/beer garden. I looked over the gluten-free menu and decided on a Bison burger on a gluten-free bun (from Little Aussie Bakery) and some fries. Sadly, they were out of Bard's and Redbridge. Oh well. The food was great and we had a great time sitting outside and listening to some live music.
We headed back to Chicken Paradise to conk out. The suite was a very nice size with a great king size bed and wall-mounted TV. We went to sleep excited to see Chicken Paradise in the daylight.
We woke up refreshed and soon after got a knock on our door from Joe letting us know that our breakfast was ready. We got ready and headed outside to eat our breakfast by the pool. As we ate some fruit and had some coffee and tea, we soaked in the landscape of Chicken Paradise. Omelettes and waffles followed. The waffles were by far the best waffles that I've had since going gluten-free. We chatted with Anne and Joe a little bit before going back to our suite to get ready for our Segway tour of San Antonio (yes, we looked like major dorks).
The next morning, we woke up and opened the door to a couple of chickens and a peacock roaming outside letting us know that it was breakfast time. It was a little cold outside, so Anne and Joe brought breakfast to our room. After some fruit and delicious French toast (made with bread from Little Aussie's), we were both full. We packed up our bags and loaded the car up to get ready to leave. Before we left, we wandered around the property for a little while. We spent some time with the chickens while Joe was feeding them, as you can see below.
We had a great mini vacation at Chicken Paradise. Anne and Joe were very hospitable and had obviously done this before. I'd recommend Chicken Paradise to anyone (gluten-free or not).