Travel Blogs from San Antonio, United States

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"You Never Learn Anything Travelling 1st Class"

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne

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... well-spoken girl politely bit me for a quarter. The train was a fast, single-decked electric like the BART trains in San Francisco, worn, mostly clean and surprisingly devoid of any vandalism. Regular people, workers, school kids, old ladies and a few ...

Can Do Diaries

Can Do Diaries "Day 2"

A travel blog entry by transformers

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... trash after years of hoarding and other health hazards. Pastor Randy from Acts 1:8 Mission Society and Pastor Aaron from here in San Antonio have been working alongside this family in making the home livable and lovable. The week before the National Youth ...

The Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Alamo

A travel blog entry by nadyapb

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... ;It is a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River, one story beneath approximately 5 miles of downtown San Antonio. It's lined with restaurants, shops, hotels and more. The weather was perfect for spending time there - it was cloudy ...

When in Texas....steak and guns, San Antonio, United States travel blog

When in Texas....steak and guns

A travel blog entry by laura_schofield

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Quick bagel and shower and then some of us got the bus back into San Antonio for more exploring. We wandered around the river area and a shopping mall alongside it, however most of it was closed so we headed in the direction of the steakhouse we had ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by timcdfw

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Unprepared, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Unprepared

A travel blog entry by jkbenzschawel

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... and read two books prior to departing for Namibia. Whoops! I honestly thought they'd be easy to find in a bookstore somewhere in San Antonio, but Borders, Barnes & Nobles, Waldens ANNNNNND 1/2 price books don't carry them. I have six days to find ...

Voy a Guatemala!!!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Voy a Guatemala!!!

A travel blog entry by surgeongeneral

Okay so tests are finally over and I can finally leave. Im really excited about this trip. Chris is taking me to the airport and I have to fly to Houston where Ill switch planes and head to Guatemala around 7pm. I feel like summer is starting, which is ...

Mini Road Trip!!...Ugh., San Antonio, United States travel blog

Mini Road Trip!!...Ugh.

A travel blog entry by theadventure-er

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... I noticed Texas light signals are horizontal as apposed to our vertical ones on the westcoast. I thought that was noteworthy. We arrived in San Antonio where my luggage WAS there waiting for me. I was so extatic to know it was safe I hugged the baggage ...

Reception, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Reception

A travel blog entry by sarahindenmark

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Reception ...

Onward East, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Onward East

A travel blog entry by jcopsey

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We made it from Las Cruces to San Antonio safe and sound in about 8.5 hours. I'm sorry, but that is one boring ride! I think Texas lets you drive 80 miles an hour just to get it over.   We found very limited points of interest and question whether ...

Cranky: Angered when opposed....or given no coffee, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Cranky: Angered when opposed....or given no coffee

A travel blog entry by cafe_travel

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... to breakfast we were going to check out El Mercado and after breakfast we were going over to the West Side to try and find the San Antonio murals I’d read about. Murals are some of my favourite kind of art so I always try and seek them out. I had ...

San Antionio Indians to spanards,to french, to eng, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antionio Indians to spanards,to french, to eng

A travel blog entry by chrisweems

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... and rich, rich with history. By 1795, all of the missions had been put to work for other purposes and the Mission San Antonio de Valero  became a military barracks. Later it would become known as the Alamo. During the Texas Revolution, San Antonio ...

Day 2 > Mi Tierra to Bonham Echange, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 2 > Mi Tierra to Bonham Echange

A travel blog entry by dreyes

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Impressed once again with the service at our hotel.  First we were able to give a "shopping" list to the front desk, of basics such as water and snacks.  This service was free of charge and our items would be delivered to our room later in the day. ...

Day 52: Houston Hangover, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 52: Houston Hangover

A travel blog entry by gazzatron

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Morning. I sure do feel like shit. Woke up at WTF O'Clock and ambled across the hall for a lengthy, and some might say Slush Puppy Like, piss then ambled back to collapse in bed and wish away my hangover.  No one was walking around for a while, ...

Dawn, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Dawn

A travel blog entry by jimcroswell

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Travel: I left San Antonio airport today at 8 in the morning on Wednesday. I arrived at the gate only to find another member of my group on the same flight. We sat and talked and revealed our expectations for the journey ahead. Sadly, we sat in two ...

The Alamo Part Two, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Alamo Part Two

A travel blog entry by tdtingle

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... Next stop was downtown and the Alamo. Today the lines had died down and we went in. There were beautiful grounds, however, the Mission San Jose was much larger.After the Alamo we walked down to the huge mall and the IMax Theater to see the Alamo film. ...

Mobile Update, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Mobile Update

A travel blog entry by mrf

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Despertamos tardísimo, estábamos super cansados y con muchisima hambre amor!! Vamos a desayunar a Denny's, es un restaurancito que se quedó en los 70's jaja, pero es rico. Terminando de desayunar nos vamos para San Marcos a ver que tal nos ...

Sep 05, 2012, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Sep 05, 2012

A travel blog entry by rollie13

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San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by lauravanwaas

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... Mexicans attacked. It is, whatever its troubled history, a very scenic spot and well worth exploring. And, even though all of San Antonio's downtown area is incredibly walkable, the Alamo was particularly close to our hotel. We were staying - thanks to a ...

Hill Country Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Hill Country Texas

A travel blog entry by donnaskewes

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... switzerland by a very nice lady at a petrol station. I assume she meant New Zealand - but, who knows! Since we arrived In San Antonio, we have been totally captivated. We are staying down on the river walk and with its Christmas decorations, it is a sight ...

Back home, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Back home

A travel blog entry by ahamill

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San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by calivoodoo

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Day Four - Sky High, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day Four - Sky High

A travel blog entry by nzlcpebbles

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Today it was time to leave San Francisco and fly to San Antonio via Phoenix. The flights were good, not much to report. On arriving in SA we were welcomed to 32 degrees and blue skies.  We checked into our hotel which is an old jail.  After ...

Ford Holiday River Parade, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Ford Holiday River Parade

A travel blog entry by jpcruz28

We went to San Antonio Riverwalk to see the Ford Holiday Parade. We really enjoyed our ...

San Antonio: A wrinkle in time, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio: A wrinkle in time

A travel blog entry by danjippen

At an unspeakable hour, the brave party of adventurers landed in the sleeping city of San Antonio, their only refuge one that has been scorned by travellers the world over: "Denny's" The heros find sustinence in the form of french toast before slipping ...

San Antonio Yee Haww!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio Yee Haww!

A travel blog entry by fpwind

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... have such a good time in San Antonio. The Hilton Palacio del Rio was *Reeeal Nice. A depraved soul could wander aimlessly along San Antonio's waterwalk for hours until the wee hours of the morning and still find his way back to his room at the ...

At the market, San Antonio, United States travel blog

At the market

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen

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Midday temp: 24C We spent most of the day at the historic Market Square in downtown San Antonio. It's known as the largest Mexican marketplace north of the Rio Grande. If southern Texas is TexMex this market was all Mex. Greg and I thought we were back ...

Basic, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Basic

A travel blog entry by mikerw

Basic Training at ...

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

Arrived to San Antonio

A travel blog entry by catasleep

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22:40 Arrived to the hotel. Very clean and spaceous room with a city view. I can also see the train I just got off:) 24:00 Too tired to get outside. Took shower and checked weather tomorrow. Seems like it will rain tomorrow morning. Did not bring any ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by scrabubbly

I thought the 717 was teeny.  Holy crap, the CRJ is a freakin' soda can!  But the service was excellent and we even got our cookies.  Midwest is now halfway to a 5 star. A little bumpy on approach and look at all the McMansions!  ...

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