Travel Blogs from San Antonio, United States

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San Antonio Airport, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio Airport

A travel blog entry by thetigerlemon

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I went here to go to my destination, London, United Kingdom I needed to go here to get to London. I also needed to get here to get on my plane which was going to get me to London. ...

Christmas in San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Christmas in San Antonio

A travel blog entry by courtrand

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  Christmas morning, we hit the road toward San Antonio. We took some real back roads, designated as Farmers' Roads, like F-1300. We ate at a Chinese buffet with some other Texans. The people at the hotel were very surprised to have someone say ...

Howdy from the High Heat of San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Howdy from the High Heat of San Antonio

A travel blog entry by dellek

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... the 70+ degree while waiting for out clothes to finish. It was 9:30 at night. Today we headed into town to check out San Antonio's most famous attraction...The Alamo. The church was small and simple, but full of history and culture, including a rifle and ...

Last day in San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Last day in San Antonio

A travel blog entry by fred.ropp

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... bench that was made of Davy's Fireplace.  My tiny, shinny, hinny tingled.  (Probably didn't want to know that)   San Antonio is complete.  It is over.  I will leave tomorrow.  Good bye for now and please, REMEMBER THE ...

ART, San Antonio, United States travel blog

ART

A travel blog entry by passionfruit

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Southtown, Artpace, SWSAC, ...

Remember the Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Remember the Alamo

A travel blog entry by athboybrowns

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... alongside Davy Crockett etc. It was a fascinating trip - full of history. During the afternoon - we took a boat ride through San Antonio, which is a really pretty city. We visited a Ripley's believe it or not exhibition and finished the day in a ...

Memorial Weekend in Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Memorial Weekend in Texas

A travel blog entry by troycar4444

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... ; The Alamo is only a stones throw away from the Riverwalk, which is filled with the hustle and bustle of visitors to San Antonio. The Riverwalk follows the San Antonio river and is lined with restaurants, shops, and little craft stands.  Along the ...

'Wild Animal Orphanage', San Antonio, United States travel blog

'Wild Animal Orphanage'

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

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Today was our last day in San Antonio. This has definitely been a highlight thus far. But, we need to continue west and we have some distance to go. Before we left, Kelly took the boys to the 'Wild Animal Orphanage.' This was a place that rescued wild ...

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

Remember the Alamo!

A travel blog entry by c_villa

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... catholic, etc.  These missions would be run by Friars for 10 years, after which the missions would be secularized.  In San Antonio there were 6 missions, one of them was The Alamo, of the other 5, only 4 remain and are part of the Missions ...

Up the Creek without a paddle !, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Up the Creek without a paddle !

A travel blog entry by athboybrowns

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Christine has this theory that I am trying to do a number of things before I am forty and so to please her - despite my fear of water I got into an inflatable canoe with Richard and wandered for about 7 miles down the Guadaloupe River which runs at the ...

Riverscape - Streetscape, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Riverscape - Streetscape

A travel blog entry by passionfruit

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San Antonio River Riverwalk &  unique urban ...

Faith Healing on the Sunset LTD, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Faith Healing on the Sunset LTD

A travel blog entry by 12thousand500

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The Sunset LTD runs from New Orleans to Los Angeles.  I made a bit of a change of plans and decided to stop in San Antonio, because I figured it would be easier and safer to cross the border there.  It would mean that IŽd be stuck in San ...

The Oldest Grist Mill in Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Oldest Grist Mill in Texas

A travel blog entry by geriatricgypsy

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... hundred years.. The mill has been operational since 2001 and produces flour five days a week (Monday and Tuesday closed). Pioneer Mills on San Antonio furnishes the wheat and we give the flour back to them. They, in turn, donate it to farmers who feed ...

Some Texan contrasts, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Some Texan contrasts

A travel blog entry by rachandstu

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... Gruene Hall, a dance hall built in 1828 and still operating. It was a bit like the set of a Western. Our next stop was San Antonio, site of the famous Alamo siege in the Texas Revolution in 1856. Having visited the Texas museum in Austin, we knew quite ...

Sea World, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Sea World

A travel blog entry by ironic100

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Today we drove about 300 miles (yeah not far for Americans!) to a very latin city in Texas called San Antonio. Here a couple of my cousin's friends live here. We stayed with them and their cute little nipper for a couple of days in their rather large ...

Flying High in San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Flying High in San Antonio

A travel blog entry by geriatricgypsy

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... Air Force bases, (Lackland, Randolph, Kelly, and Brooks) the casual observer would not think that the origins of aviation in the United States made a major impact to the city.   Less than ten years after Orville and Wilber Wright flew their first ...

how far is pharr? far, San Antonio, United States travel blog

how far is pharr? far

A travel blog entry by jacobsims

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We saw missions the names where mission San Juan,San Jose,Concepcion.they where built in the 1700s  They still have church service today. We also saw the Buckhorn Saloon it is a old cowboy bar.The saloon had stuffed animal heads. After that we ride ...

Lone Star Food, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Lone Star Food

A travel blog entry by cth-road

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... shapes. The oversized one is predominant. The minority type can either withstand tacos or counterbalances with running. Specially at the Riverwalk of San Antonio you see quite some runners at any time of the day. So now you wonder what I had for lunch ...

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

Remember the Alamo!

A travel blog entry by ollyandhelen

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... the all you can eat buffet (and Olly on the never-ending supply of meats), we headed off to explore. Much like Dallas, downtown San Antonio was really easy to navigate, and everything was in walking distance. Our first stop was the Alamo, the site of the ...

The long trip home, San Antonio,, United States travel blog

The long trip home

A travel blog entry by patgower

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... listed and we were kept updated (a novel concept) as to the conditions and all.  About 1 in the morning, the plane arrived from San Antonio! It was a amazing.  They had to find a crew which took a while but suddenly about 2 we were put on the ...

Back Home, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Back Home

A travel blog entry by billandsara

As you may have noticed, this trip was very different from our last few.  Our last major trip, Europe 2005, was easier going and afforded us more free time to blog about our experiences and misadventures.  By the time we made it back to our ...

my travels, San Antonio, United States travel blog

my travels

A travel blog entry by bobby.ray

Off we go into the wild blue yonder! US Air Force basic training. From hippie non-conformist to respectable piece of US Government property. They even tagged us so they could keep ...

Schlitterbahn, A/C and the San Antonio Riverwalk, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Schlitterbahn, A/C and the San Antonio Riverwalk

A travel blog entry by mother.ship

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... a vast amusement / waterpark in my bathing suit! It was a great way to celebrate Chum's birthday (1day early). On to San Antonio and our first big Texas freeway. We pulled into the parking outside the St. Anthony Hotel looking like some hillbilly ...

Alamo n Riverwalk, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Alamo n Riverwalk

A travel blog entry by cth-road

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If you thought Houston is laid-back then come to San Antonio. Spanish-Mexican tranquility in a 2 million city. San Antonio is the the number one city-travel destination in Texas due to its unique ambiance. According to Will Rogers there are "four unique ...

The Alamo..., San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Alamo...

A travel blog entry by dldemented

Hello all.. I made it to San Antonio yesterday and decided to stay an extra day here. I wanted to see the Alamo plus the riverwalk area downtown and it was pretty neat. That's the good news!!! Now for the bad news!!! I pulled off of I 10 yesterday ...

Remember the Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Remember the Alamo

A travel blog entry by kellyjohn

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... leave for west Texas, tomorrow and time is precious, because we're hanging with my sister-in-law, Sara (two year resident of San Antonio), while in town.  Thanks to our local tour guide, we surveyed The Alamo, Riverwalk and Taco Taco Cafe, our first ...

Ahhhhhh Green!!!!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Ahhhhhh Green!!!!

A travel blog entry by fred.ropp

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... !  Don't ya love the "Don't Mess With Texas" signs on the garbage cans there???  Little play on words... I drove though San Antonio with some heavy prayer going on!  Buzzzzy town!  I did a big "AMEN" and "AWOMEN" after getting though ...

Best Wurstfest in Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Best Wurstfest in Texas

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054

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... for a Texas-sized donut.  Afterall, as all y'all know, "Everything is ..."  Watching a Thanksgiving parade at the San Antonio Riverwalk was definitely a first.  For once in my many years, I came to understand why they called the ...

Playing house in San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, United States travel blog

Playing house in San Antonio

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey

... . We spent a good deal of time there last year, and we deemed it one of our favorite cities in the country. Since then, San Antonio has added a new attraction in the form of our friends Steve and Ashley. You may remember them from first semester, when we ...

San Juan de Capistrano, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Juan de Capistrano

A travel blog entry by geriatricgypsy

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... the stones of the walls of the town.  Only the church buildings remained intact under the auspices of the diocese of San Antonio. My sons and daughters still live today.  Germans, Poles, and other immigrant groups of people moved into the ...

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