Noble Inns - The Jackson House

107 Madison St, San Antonio, Texas, 78204, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Downtown/Riverwalk area of San Antonio, is near La Villita, King William Historic District, Beethoven Home and Garden, and Mexican Cultural Institute.
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    Remember the Alamo...

    A travel blog entry by tim.ryan on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... the many trees and bushes making it a great place to have lunch. Of course no trip to San Antonio would be complete without a trip to The Alamo. Not far from our hotel the Indian mission know as the Alamo, made famous by the courageous stand in 1836 by Davy Crockett and about 290 Texans who faced an overwhelming force ...

    New Braunfels - Texas

    A travel blog entry by lukebillinge on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... cool and watched the film 'the giver'. After that I packed up my bags and got an early night. I was up at 6am, Diego kindly drove me into San Antonio to get my bus headed for New Orleans. The journey was scheduled to take 12 hours in total with a few breaks in between. It was good to see Cal for a few days and meet Diego and Chris, they looked after me really well and it's always nice to be in a home rather than a hostel! Thanks to the boys and on I go, New Orleans next ...

    Day 11 - San Antonio, Texas.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... taxes, they didn't want to and therefore no longer wanted to be apart of Mexico so in 1836 Texas became under attack from the Mexican army as the texans wanted to leave Mexico State and become their own state and be apart of America once again; they won obviously but that's why Texas has such a big influence of Mexican culture. We then went for a riverboat ride which was lovely and cool with the breeze! There is so much history in San Antonio it's hard to ...

    On To San Antonio!

    A travel blog entry by bushaw on May 30, 2013

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    Today (June 30) was mostly a driving day. We drove on U.S. 90 which heads to San Antonio between I-10 and the Mexico border; probably more interesting than I-10; at least, that was our thought. We stopped for a bit in Langtry to visit the Judge Roy Bean Museum -- this was his stomping ground. His saloon/courthouse is on the site, basically unrestored, but surprisingly intact and spartan. The museum also had an interesting cactus garden. It allowed us to attach names to ...

    SAN ANTONIO: THE ALAMO / THE SPURS

    A travel blog entry by jdboy on Apr 06, 2013

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    ... to play the role of an indian scout. He is heading out tomorrow to pick up is raccoon skin hat :)

    Time for a bit of lunch, so off we head down to the River-walk to find a suitable location. We decided on 'Dick's Last Resort'. Awesome place !!!! The staff a rude and crude and just love having a good time with the patrons. Our waiter was a heap of fun and suggested we try the alligator which we all did. It was great - tasted like chicken. They make everyone wear paper hats ...