Travel Blogs from San Antonio, United States

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Perversity Detector, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Perversity Detector

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

        My hubby needed to print out his boarding pass this morning.  We downloaded it and then put it onto a thumb drive and headed downstairs to print it.  Candlewood Suites offers free use of their one computer ...

Get off the beaten path, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Get off the beaten path

A travel blog entry by imabaaadman

This is my ever myspace blog. I wrote it in San Antonio after a day of exploring.... This is my first ever blog listing. I am pretty excited to see what I write! Here it goes: 5...4...3...2...1... Today I have discovered a few things about myself ...

Break Time, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Break Time

A travel blog entry by larryg59

So we picked up the car (not very happy about that) and headed to campimg world and then onto the Fort Sam Houston's family camp, roads to the base was really crappy......lots of construction going on between the interstate and the base. Went to the ...

Touring the Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Touring the Alamo

A travel blog entry by shokk

Touring the ...

Day 23, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 23

A travel blog entry by 12gkids

Checked out local golf courses today, then hopped on our bikes, rode the trail from the RV Park to Downtown, quick beer on the RiverWalk then back to the coach, dinner at Nichas Comida Mexicana, great place, great margaritas, great food, will be going ...

The Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Alamo

A travel blog entry by ianandpat

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This morning I went to The Alamo. It's in downtown San Antonio. Part of the original site has been re-developed, in fact there is Ripley's Haunted House where Travis' office was located - Ripley's seems to be taking over the world!!!!! The are only 2 ...

Cowboys, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Cowboys

A travel blog entry by carolandgary

This is random since it happened way back in Louisiana.  It was the end of the long drizzly day of driving and seeing the sad Gulf sights. It was true dusk and we were driving down a quiet but main road to where we were to spend the night when ...

Jay gets caught gurning on a rollercoaster, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Jay gets caught gurning on a rollercoaster

A travel blog entry by huwwilliams

... off with the bus driver handcuffed in the back seat, leaving us stranded. He eventually returned though, and we carried on to San Antonio. After getting off the bus downtown, we walked back to the hotel. We were knackered after the day's activities, ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by hillmann

Spring Break in the ...

A little 2-steppin', San Antonio, United States travel blog

A little 2-steppin'

A travel blog entry by nathan.gilpin

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... into the Cowboy's Dancehall. Appropriately, this place seemed to be the biggest and most popular spot for nightlife here in San Antonio, but rightfully so. An awesome houseband played sets of 5-6 popular country hits all night, with a DJ playing mostly ...

Stiffler's Mom, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Stiffler's Mom

A travel blog entry by bobbytelco

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... . Mrs. Stiffler is also retired, and has plenty of degrees of her own. They appear to be well-accomplished. I met Stiffler in San Antonio the day after I met his mom (and dad and cows). Fantastically, he's not more than an inch or two taller than ...

Our Favorite Mexican Food Was at Casa Rio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Our Favorite Mexican Food Was at Casa Rio

A travel blog entry by terribrittross

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We kept wanting a real Mexican dinner and we asked for a recommendation from a shop girl at Jake's shop. She said, "Try Casa Rio." Well, we didn't find it right away and ended up at another restaurant then but we soon discovered that the bright colored ...

Walking the King William District, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Walking the King William District

A travel blog entry by terribrittross

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... south of the city to visit the King William District which is a 25-block area near downtown on the south bank of the San Antonio River. In the late 1800's the King William District was the most elegant residential area in the city. Prominent German ...

Guten Tag, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Guten Tag

A travel blog entry by richandjanell

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Today we went to the town of Fredericksburg, Texas.  It is a great German town northwest of San Antonio.  The shops along the main street are really interesting and they have a lot of different things to choose from.  You can carry your ...

Serious flying and travel time...., San Antonio, United States travel blog

Serious flying and travel time....

A travel blog entry by tom.beccamarty

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... , Constantinople, Istanbul....we are headed your way.  But not yet.  We have a delay on our first flight out of San Antonio.  Tommy is checking and we hope we can make our connection to Amsterdam.  The weather is foggy in New York so ...

Planes, trains, and automobiles!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Planes, trains, and automobiles!

A travel blog entry by magicace003

From San Antonio to Houston, to Newark to Dublin.   Stayed up all night so i would sleep on the plane but it was a no-go!  Slept a total of 4 hours in past 2 days!  Continental is soo disorganized!  however, our flight to Dublin had a ...

If you've seen one wall you've seen them all, San Antonio, United States travel blog

If you've seen one wall you've seen them all

A travel blog entry by huwwilliams

... even at 7.30pm, and the sun felt really strong, but luckily I still had some factor 4 left so I knew I was well protected. San Antonio looked a really nice place, very clean and scenic, while still retaining the feel of a vibrant city. We headed down ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by hailey

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The ...

Farewell Ice Cream Party, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Farewell Ice Cream Party

A travel blog entry by djpick

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Monica suggested throwing a farewell ice cream party because eleven students were scheduled to leave on Friday. Monica and Sr. Rosalie took up a collection and I drove them to the H.E.B. store. We picked up numerous ice cream fixings and six ...

Hooters!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Hooters!

A travel blog entry by jaycollison

Day Thirteen 06/3/2010 It took about 7 hours to get to San Antonio and the main attractions are The Alamo and The Riverwalk. As we get out of the van we are greeted to loads of incredibly loud gunfire. We later find out that the 6th March was the last day ...

Golf is Hard!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Golf is Hard!

A travel blog entry by lasveg1005

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Greetings all, on our last day in San Antonio. Well as promised we did play the TPC at San Antonio yesterday. We played the Canyons course, "Home of the AT&T Championship". I played from the "members" tees, which would be somewhere between the Blues ...

Day 24, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 24

A travel blog entry by 12gkids

Happy Valentines Day!! Quick trip to Walmart, actually one of the worst Walmart stores ever. Anyway, walked 18 holes on the golf course next to the RV Park (par 3 course) We are actually running the AC today!! Decided to hang out here at the coach for ...

Arrived in hotel room, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Arrived in hotel room

A travel blog entry by shokk

Arrived at the Omni La Mansion del Rio, right on the ...

27 hours later............, San Antonio, United States travel blog

27 hours later............

A travel blog entry by magyargirl1

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... now.  So, I'm caught on my Big Bang Theory shows. So, after a long layover in LAX, flight to DFW, and a delayed flight to San Antonio, I finally made it home.  27 hours on the road!  But, I made it home to my little boy and lots of hugs ...

SeaWorld!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

SeaWorld!

A travel blog entry by matthewsfamily

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SeaWorld was a lot of fun. We were a little bummed because the kids' water park was not open. They did refund part of our money because of that. The best part about SeaWorld was sitting close and getting splashed by the killer whales. We did not have our ...

Very Sad - Goodbye to Rum, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Very Sad - Goodbye to Rum

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

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... she died, our daughter and Rum joined us in Seoul, Korea for a year.  Then it was back to Texas and then a drive through the states to Toronto, Canada for two years.         Rum used more than 9 lives.  He has been ...

no rain :), San Antonio, United States travel blog

no rain :)

A travel blog entry by catasleep

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9:30. Woke up later than I originally planned but rested well. The noise from the bar stopped around 1 am and I subsequently fell sleep, and did not wake up before morning. Took nice shower and am having the coffee brewed in the room (not bad). Now ...

gloomy day in tonio...., San Antonio, United States travel blog

gloomy day in tonio....

A travel blog entry by catasleep

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9:30 when I woke up earlier, the room was freazing and dark outside of window. Seemed like raining as the streets are wet. Decided to stay in the bed longer. Now took a bath, looking through the guide book. The art museum I was interested in is closed ...

Alamo City, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Alamo City

A travel blog entry by jessica.draheim

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... were killed. Santa Anna's perceived cruelty during the battle inspired many Texians—both Texas settlers and adventurers from the United States—to join the Texian Army. Buoyed by a desire for revenge, the Texians defeated the Mexican Army at ...

A Taste of Mexico, San Antonio, United States travel blog

A Taste of Mexico

A travel blog entry by tomr0b

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We were having trouble finding a couchsurf in San Antonio, luckily enough we bumped into some San Antonions during our tubing adventure and they agreed to host us. They took us round and we saw the Alamo, a historic building that dates back to the Texas ...

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