Bonner Garden Bed and Breakfast

Address: 145 East Agarita Avenue, San Antonio, Texas, 78212, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Monte Vista area of San Antonio, is near Japanese Tea Gardens, Brackenridge Eagle Miniature Train, Bexar County Courthouse, and Laurie Auditorium.
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    Our last day in San Antonio

    A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy on Nov 02, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Today is Sunday, 11/2 and my first thought is that it's hard to believe that I've been retired 5 months already and that we've been on the road for nearly 5 months. It's so true --- how quickly time flies. This is our last day in San Antonio after being here for 2 weeks. This is the longest we've stayed in one spot. We really enjoyed it here. We got to see lots of things and really got time ...

    Update

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Oct 29, 2014

    Well, we finally figured out what kind and who will change out the refrigerator. So for Bob's birthday, we bought a whirlpool French door refrigerator and made arrangements with Texas RV Supply on Austin Highway to install it. Bob had gone over there to make inquiries and they were significantly cheaper than anyone else. We purchased ...

    Road trip across USA

    A travel blog entry by garrynjan on Oct 19, 2014

    2 comments, 37 photos

    ... morning), we drove to the ferry terminal (said a little prayer) as we paid our $5 for day park on the open grass verge, beside the levy to a very nice "coloured man...who admired our "classy dude car" (his words)- we hoped it was still going to be there when we returned later in the day. The ferry passes from one side of the river (dodging the laden barges passing both up and down )to the bend on the other side ...

    Another leak

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Oct 11, 2014

    It rained a little last night and today we found another leak. However, it wasn't from the rain! This time it was the ice maker. There was a large puddle of water at the bottom edge of the refrigerator. We finally found the water turn off, so now we have to buy ice until we decide on the residential refrigerator we want installed. Really would like to get that completed before our New Year's trip. We'll just keep ...

    What a nightmare start!

    A travel blog entry by tonestar on Jun 12, 2013

    4 comments, 23 photos

    ... mission by Mexico as they owned Texas before America became part of the United States. But there were many tensions between Mexico and the people of Texas and everything culminated in 1836. There was a 13 day siege in San Antonio and surrounds, which ended in the battle at the Alamo on March 6 1836 that lasted only a few hours and was a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution against Mexico. The Mexican leader Santa Anna launched this assault on the Alamo and resulted in all of the ...