Day4: I am in San Antonio now, I have finished "eating miles" task today (last three days , Miami to Gainesville 365 miles, From Gainesville to Baton Rouge 581 miles, from Baton Rouge to San Antonio 481 miles), from now on I will start to smell roses and will slow down a bit as my friend, a fellow American rider, Mike mentioned the best parts of my trip are in Texas Hill Country and in northern part of California . I left from Fairfield Inn at about 9:00 am (don't want another cold and foggy morning again) , arrived at La Quinta Inn in San Antonio ($79 per night)at 5:45 pm. Again it's cheap price and easy for me to get on to the I-10 to Texas Hill country. I didn't take the place Mike mentioned on his trip, not only the price (a bit expensive, $159 per night), also I just didn't feel comfortable to do "U" turns twice to get there ( I noticed this when I looked at the Google map carefully). I am still new to a big cruiser bike like this HD street glide, so I would like to take it easy. It was an easier riding than the one I did yesterday, but one thing I need to mention I felt the windshield on the Street Glide is not high enough to stop the wind coming towards my helmet at 70 miles/per hour speed or above, the wind hits my helmet and shakes my head via my helmet constantly, it's annoying and causing fatigue after hours riding. So I think Harley Davidson should build an adjustable windshield screen, 10 cm higher on the highway would be much better. I had dinner in Mi Tierra café, had a Mexican food for dinner and two huge glasses of beer ( I think called Corona), spoke to an old lady Linda who served me and has lived in San Antonio for last 30 years, she was originally from Canada and tried to help her brother's business in San Antonio then, but ended up living here forever. For now, I am going to plan tomorrow's trip, it's the Texas Hill country and the Big Bend national park. Will update you guys soon.