Travel Blogs from San Antonio, United States

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7/10/2011 - 7/11/2011 transit time, San Antonio TX, United States travel blog

7/10/2011 - 7/11/2011 transit time

A travel blog entry by safarimom16

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We left the house at 1030 AM 7/10/2011 for the San Antonio Airport.  I was patted down because I wore a long skirt!  We arrived in Amsterdam Monday 7/11 at 8 AM and had a 2-1/2 hour layover before heading on to Kilimanjaro Airport.  We ...

Ready to go, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Ready to go

A travel blog entry by jennifer_ross

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I'm testing this out by writing a short entry.  I'm just about ready for this trip!  Melissa and I have been buying train tickets, big floppy safari hats and light weight sleeping bags.  I hope that Jessica has some idea what she's getting ...

San Antonio Day #1, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio Day #1

A travel blog entry by saenz1999

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San ...

San Antonio 2nd Day, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio 2nd Day

A travel blog entry by lagalag1

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Had breakfast at the hotel. Walk to the Tower of the America from the hotel. On top of the tower is  narration of the history of Texas. Saw Sky over Texas a 4D film. One is sprayed with water,theater chair moves while showing bronco bustin. ...

Daytrip to San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Daytrip to San Antonio

A travel blog entry by peppz

... of artifacts from that time and era.  So for the daytime, that's pretty much what I did. After doing a little shopping in San Antonio I headed back to Austin. The drive was a little boring cause I got back I think around the start of rush hour and ...

The Quadrangle is the Heart of Ft Sam Houston, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Quadrangle is the Heart of Ft Sam Houston

A travel blog entry by eidetic

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The Quadrangle is the US Calvary era fort established after the Alamo for the Army Quartermaster Corps to supply Army units all over the Texas frontier. Ft Sam Houston is the home to the US Army Medical Department Center and School as well as other major ...

Visiting Friends, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Visiting Friends

A travel blog entry by acoruspaul

... trees and grasslands. Met up with Even and met his girlfriend that he is staying with and helped move a few big chairs around.  San Antonio is interesting in that it doesn’t have many tall buildings and is spread out more so it has a more ...

Congratulations to mi hermano Jeffrey, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Congratulations to mi hermano Jeffrey

A travel blog entry by djpick

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Congratulations to my brother Jeffrey for completing the American Cancer Society Bike-A-Thon on Sunday, July 9. Jeffrey rode the entire 57.8 miles from the Ben Franklin Bridge to Mays Landing in six hours. To view pictures, visit The World's Greatest ...

Keep Austin weird and San Antonio old…, Austin/San Antonio, United States travel blog

Keep Austin weird and San Antonio old…

A travel blog entry by skjonnemand

... i San Antonio         Vi var selvfølgelig også forbi The Alamo  – den vigtigste bygning i San Antonio.  Faktisk er der en lov, der siger, at ingen bygning i midtbyen må kaste skygge på The Alamo.  Og ...

Our first week in San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Our first week in San Antonio

A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy

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... also the most popular, both for its pivotal historic role and its natural beauty.  Once home to the Comanche Indians, San Antonio balances a thriving economy with a careful preservation of its past.  Most of the historic sites lie within a ...

remember the alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

remember the alamo

A travel blog entry by flyboyjohn66

... Chuck out on the picnic table.  THen we went to Medical Museum on base.  That was very interesting!  THen on to downtown San Antonio and walked on the brick sidewalks, seen a art gift from Mexica , didnt know what it was , bright orange big ...

Japanese Tea Gardens, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Japanese Tea Gardens

A travel blog entry by coronafamily

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After the missions we went and saw the Japanese Tea Gardens..These were beautiful..Lots of water, Koi Fish and beautiful ...

24oz Steak!  Done!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

24oz Steak! Done!

A travel blog entry by americagrant

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Remember that 24oz steak Steve said he would have no chance eating? Well that was a lie! Last night we walked along the River Walk which was amazing, albeit very hot. It has lots of waterfalls and features like giant illuminated fish hanging from ...

Remember the Alamo!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Remember the Alamo!

A travel blog entry by orlandoanne

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"The enemy fought with savage fury, and met death with all its horrors, without shrinking or complaining: not one asked to be spared, but fought as long as they could stand or sit."             ...

Arrived to San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Arrived to San Antonio

A travel blog entry by jormaontour

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The long trip from Colorado was intresting. The highways were long. As in the movies. Several hours no horizont visiible. Some stones, no trees nothing to see. Earth and sky and the red sun. Scary. Especial driving thrue the New Mexico was making me ...

Flapjacks, SA Zoo, and Italian Food (Yeah!), San Antonio, United States travel blog

Flapjacks, SA Zoo, and Italian Food (Yeah!)

A travel blog entry by djpick

... Paesano's. For dinner I dined on a seared sea bass with raspberry vinaigrette, blood oranges, spinach, and grilled eggplant. From the flapjacks to the eggplant, this was definitely the best dining day so far in San Antonio. My stomach is ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by lasveg1005

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Monday morning San Antonio; Greetings all from Texas. I wish I had some pictures to send of the drive from New Orleans to San Antonio but there was nothing much to snap. It was 540 miles of flat, swampy land with the city of Houston coming somewhere in ...

Missions and Museums Stop 1, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Missions and Museums Stop 1

A travel blog entry by ksjsburke

Mission stop of Missions and ...

Day 4 - Seguin to San Antonio - around 50 miles, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 4 - Seguin to San Antonio - around 50 miles

A travel blog entry by cindysellsjohns

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... of me with the Alamo in the background as we rode by. Our event was awesome.  It was at UTSA (University Texas San Antonio).  We had a short police escort once we were on campus we people cheering and the whole nine yards.  They had some ...

Six Flags Fiestaaaa..., San Antonio, United States travel blog

Six Flags Fiestaaaa...

A travel blog entry by reginaramas

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... anymore and believe me the line was crazy long plus it was hot too. Okay...I thought Houston was hot but for some reason San Antonio that day was hottteeerrrrr. I'm not sure if it was due to the fact that it was summer or there was a ...

The New Riverwalk & some Texas Culture, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The New Riverwalk & some Texas Culture

A travel blog entry by kupdegra

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A day of jamming in a lot...our typical style. The new Riverwalk AKA the San Antonio River Museum Reach. Why Museum Reach? Because it goes from Lexington Avenume to the San Antonio Museum of Art and even further.  We started at McCullough Ave. ...

Texas welcome, San Antonio part2, United States travel blog

Texas welcome

A travel blog entry by rikelman

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LBJ's Texas White House has 8000 sq feet, 9 baths, airport with hanger and runway, about 640 acres on the Pedernales river--worth a visit.  Along the highway we ran into a Texas traffic jam with 100s of horses and covered wagons.  What a hoot!! ...

More caving in Carlsbad, San Antonio, United States travel blog

More caving in Carlsbad

A travel blog entry by gaduzabe

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... bat and he is cute. Mattias couldn't be happier. We set off across East New Mexico and West Texas on our way to San Antonio. The scenery was very flat to begin with nothing but low sagebrush and occasional drill rigs to look at. As we traveled East, ...

Alamo, a museum and park with high class, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Alamo, a museum and park with high class

A travel blog entry by jormaontour

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This is a wonderful museum and small. The park is great and peaceful. It feels that here is a lot of historical spirit in the air. After the movies i have seen about Alamo this complete my understanding about the Texas and USA history. I really ...

After The Whirlwind, San Antonio, United States travel blog

After The Whirlwind

A travel blog entry by aquamarine

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... Texas. We celebrated the OSU victory today by taking Abe & Dana out to a Sunday brunch at the FABULOUS restaurant, "Fonda San Miguel". This restaurant is an upscale Mexican restaurant with old carved wooden doors flanked by a statue of the Angel Gabirel ...

It started with the Alamo., San Antonio, United States travel blog

It started with the Alamo.

A travel blog entry by kupdegra

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... . He's donated quite of lot of his memorabilia back to the Alamo.   So what is the most haunted place in San Antonio?  It's the Menger Hotel. Across from the Alamo. There are three documented ghosts who still haunt the hotel. One is ...

Day 18 - Cemetary to Riverwalk, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 18 - Cemetary to Riverwalk

A travel blog entry by byramroadtrips

... times watching silver painted street performers - driving through towns like Baton Rouge - great dinner at Streetgrass Steakhouse in San Antonio - incredible evening Riverwalk Lowlights: - long drive on interstate through Louisiana and Texas - leaving New ...

countdown, San Antonio, United States travel blog

countdown

A travel blog entry by jimcroswell

Hello ya'll, This is the first entry on my travel blog. I wont be leaving for several days, but i am getting started at the learning how to blog thing. ...

Here we go again!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Here we go again!

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors

OK, we picked up the RV today. They replaced the gaskets on the refrigerator and Bob said he thinks they adjusted the door, but as far as I can tell, that is all. They said they had to order a new couch and flooring from the factory and they haven't come ...

Just Catching Up, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Just Catching Up

A travel blog entry by tdtingle

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... travel day. As were packing up this am the sky darkened and there was light rain. By the time we were on the loop around San Antonio, the sky opened up and the downpour was serious, with driving becoming very difficult. But, we made it to Hidden Valley RV ...

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