Terrell Castle Bed and Breakfast Inn

Address: 950 East Grayson Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78208, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Downtown/Riverwalk area of San Antonio, is near San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio Museum, Kiddie Park, and Fort Sam Houston Quadrangle.
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A travel blog entry by jumpetr3506 on Aug 07, 2015

... accommodates me and Sonya makes her choice,mini tacos with a combo of vegetables and pineapple. We talk about weather,her work, my health,the Pearl brewery complex and family. Upcoming grandsons birthdays,a planned camping trip to Indian reservations, enjoying the atmosphere and the lemonade when our order arrives. Our eyes light up at the excellent presentation of our meals. Looking great and smelling better! We clink forks and dig in... Whoa,mine is sooooo ...

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by jenny.cogbill on Aug 07, 2015

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... nice, although an awful lot of restaurants, which also all seemed to be serving the biggest portions! We had a nice walk round, before heading back to camp. This morning we are heading to look round the Alamo, before heading to Austin. State count- 19 - New York - New Jersey - Pennsylvania - Ohio - Indiana - Illinois - Wisconsin - Minnesota - South Dakota - Wyoming - Montana - Idaho - Utah - Nevada - California - Arizona - Colorado - New Mexico - ...

Texas Hill Country

A travel blog entry by oneworldonebike on Mar 15, 2015

... were fewer and where as in Florida the water was clear the water now looked just like mud, throughout the ride the scenery slowly changed and was now a lot greener than it has been and than I expected Texas to be. The speed limits have improved as well, 75mph on a single carriage way and slower vehicles would pull over to let you pass.
You didn't even need to sit on there bumper if you were travelling faster as you ...

Remember the Alamo!

A travel blog entry by pete_linda on Feb 11, 2015

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... we have both been looking forward to seeing it.  Originally called Mission San Antonio de Valero, it was established in 1724 as the city's first mission.  The Alamo had many purposes throughout it's history but none as critical as the role it played in the Texas Revolution.  It was here, in 1836, that approximately 3,000 Mexican militia, under the direction of General Santa Anna, killed 189 Alamo defenders, including Davy Crockett, ...

Tour of the City

A travel blog entry by sharileane on Jul 05, 2013

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... much better. We had a terrific guide who explained the history of the walk Started in 1938, the Riverwalk has become a world renowned tourist attraction in it's own right, connecting many of the cities most popular venues.
Next we headed to the Japanese Sunken Gardens, named so because it was built in an old abandoned limestone quarry that supplied materials to many of the downtown buildings. This is an absolute beauty to ...