Travel Blogs from San Antonio, United States

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First Day, San Antonio, United States travel blog

First Day

A travel blog entry by vriecke

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... . Fare was typical pub food, but was good, and Bill had 24 beers on draft to choose from, so he was happy. Tomorrow we have to drive from San Antonio to El Paso. Not looking forward to that - did it once before and it was the most boring drive EVER! ...

Starting out, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Starting out

A travel blog entry by drmom

... Needless to say, Paul did all of the driving.  The drive was uneventful except for encountering notable traffic in Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio.  We made it in time for a not-too-late dinner.  We walked from our hotel to the Market ...

Just the Beginning, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Just the Beginning

A travel blog entry by jwhit003

... the feelings that we experience, we are definitely anticipating the beginning of our journey. We've had several dream itineraries - San Antonio - Guatemala (language school) - L.A. - Tahiti - Fiji - Cook Islands - 2 months in New Zealand - 2 months ...

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

Last day in San Antonio

A travel blog entry by lybird

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Writing this over dinner, yummy GF , baked salmon with bell pepper sauce and cream brûlée with berries. I'm loving my mini iPad as it is light in my back pack and easy it use. The note taking is great as it saves automatically. I did a ...

Leaving on a jet planet, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Leaving on a jet planet

A travel blog entry by lybird

The group that left yesterday didn't land in Dallas, but did a quick detour due to smoke or fire in the back of the plane and had an emergency landing. Pictures on twitter. I was up early and lots of time to pack and throw out a bit more paper leaflets ...

A day for resting, San Antonio, United States travel blog

A day for resting

A travel blog entry by jormaontour

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Today was ome bad day. Day before we had 92F. During the night swept a huge thunderstorm over us. It was raining and blowing a lotts. The temperature was around 62F with hard wind this day. It was a good idea to stay one day watching TV and playing with ...

Downtown San Antonio in one day, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Downtown San Antonio in one day

A travel blog entry by huppwits

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I wanted to see the Alamo and I'd read a lot about it being in the center of downtown with lots of touristy stuff around and a cool river walk. We figured we could do a good walking tour and hit the highlights. in a day. The bus stops right across from ...

Carlsbad Caverns and the Drive thru Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Carlsbad Caverns and the Drive thru Texas

A travel blog entry by ebdsnyder

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... the other direction and jumped the median didn't think i'd be driving past 80mph this trip darkness fell 85-90mph in complete darkness san antonio is huge they have a sea world O_o Traveled ~3,500 miles so far.  Will check the odometer for an ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by stephisa

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Voici quelques souvenirs de notre journée cowboy.  ...

ISTE Day 2, San Antonio, United States travel blog

ISTE Day 2

A travel blog entry by lybird

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A interesting keynote from Stephen Johnson. I have been wandering and getting lost or completely disorientated in the trade halls. Luckily they have toilets or bath rooms in them and also regularly spaced areas to buy food and drink. The also have areas ...

Alamo/River Walk/San Jose Mission, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Alamo/River Walk/San Jose Mission

A travel blog entry by pegbermel

... is lots of places to eat and gift shops. Our first stop was the Alamo, very impressive. We also took a boat ride on the San Antonio river . Today we visited the San Jose Mission. It was built in the 1700's by the Spanish Missionaries. They wanted to ...

Watermark Spa, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Watermark Spa

A travel blog entry by shokk

Late for the appointment at the Watermark Spa, but very much worth the cost.  I fell asleep toward the end of the 30 minute ...

San Antonio, Heart of the Hill Country---RS#14419, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio, Heart of the Hill Country---RS#14419

A travel blog entry by orlandoanne

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... nbsp;      -Red Adair We were so excited about our Road Scholar program (#14419)  in San Antonio mostly because we were participating along with our good friends, the Cooks and the Myers. We flew Southwest Airlines ...

Time to go...., San Antonio, United States travel blog

Time to go....

A travel blog entry by flores251

1 suitcase, 1 rolling duffle , 1 overnight suitcase, 1 back pack, 1 camera bag, 1 snack bag and 1 little cooler with drinks plus neck pillow. I think we are ready!!! Let's hit the road baby!!!! I want me some Cajun ...

1299 miles in 2 days, San Antonio, United States travel blog

1299 miles in 2 days

A travel blog entry by sparcat

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We made it to San Antonioni, Texas in 2 days of driving. We had time in the evening to go to the River Walk and had dinner there.  It was nice to walk around after 2 days in the ...

Test, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Test

A travel blog entry by ygtai

This is a test.  We're still preparing and ...

Superman Returns and the Cowboy Guido, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Superman Returns and the Cowboy Guido

A travel blog entry by djpick

On Friday, I went back to the chiropractor for a quick follow-up. He gave my neck a loud snap and sent me on my way. Luckily for me, a 14-screen megaplex sits across the highway from where the chiropractor is so I stopped off to view Superman Returns. ...

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

San Antonio - The Alamo

A travel blog entry by marcher1234

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... . They take a picture of you in front of the Alamo as you enter, which was a bit awkward on my own. The Alamo is San Antonio's most famous landmark & is the setting for the battle for independence that took place in 1836. Enjoyed scanning through the ...

Between the rain....., San Antonio, United States travel blog

Between the rain.....

A travel blog entry by jpandpa

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... an unexpected oasis in the middle of a large city.  We planned to drive to Fredericksburg today, about 1 1/2 hours northwest of San Antonio, to visit some wineries.  But the rains came again last night and through the morning.  Many areas ...

Watch dogs PC updates, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Watch dogs PC updates

A travel blog entry by cropjam8

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Getting Started attempt 2, Chengdu, United States travel blog

Getting Started attempt 2

A travel blog entry by audgoestochina

Well I had to start a new blog with a new website so here we go again... The last day in Tokyo was so much fun. We did go to Tokyo Disney Sea. It was magical which was expected. When you walk into the park it is designed to look like a Mediterranean ...

More of Austin and San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, United States travel blog

More of Austin and San Antonio, TX

A travel blog entry by sternewoman

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We spent more time touring Austin and a day in San Antonio.  It was a lot of fun with relatives, but now we headed off to the next timeshare. I added a few more email addresses to my list.  If you are receiving this message for the first time, ...

More Than Meets the Eye!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

More Than Meets the Eye!

A travel blog entry by emdashpoet

Aunt Carmen and Uncle Dewey were awesome and hooked us up with tickets to see the Transformers sequel, Revenge of the Fallen, at the local IMAX, the Santikos Palladium.  Matt, Ari, and I had lunch at Red Robin, which was fabulous.  Then, we ...

Freedome Fest, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Freedome Fest

A travel blog entry by allstatemnt

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... . It seemed to Chris and I, that most of the people who stopped by the booth were genuinely interested in insurance help. In San Antonio we also learned what Texans mean when they say, "Everything is bigger in Texas." We ran into this pair of cowboy boots ...

Home sweet home!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Home sweet home!

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors

... . It was a little cloudy all day, but thankfully, we did not have to drive in the rain or wind. Made it back into San Antonio about 2ish but instead of bringing "G/G" to the house to unload, we went to the storage place and off loaded everything into the ...

Day 66/67: San Antonio and the Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 66/67: San Antonio and the Alamo

A travel blog entry by westwardbound

To be ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by ffetzer

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... the box for lunch (a new type of fast food!) and then made our way directly tot he alamo. luckily, I35 goes straight from austin to san antonio, because we soon realized we only had maps of the 2 cities, not a texas map with us... all of that is in the ...

Spindletop Oil Boom, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Spindletop Oil Boom

A travel blog entry by leonardgrill

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... historic site of the Spindletop oil strike of 1901.  It made the U.S. the biggest oil producer in the world.  Arrived in San Antonio around 6:00 pm and since we had already done the Riverwalk on two previous trips we decided to skip that and go ...

Hey batter batter, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Hey batter batter

A travel blog entry by prawn0

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... so many people didn't sleep much, lucky for me I was out like a light. We were headed in for a free day in San Antonio today. Unfortunately for us the weather wasn't looking very welcoming and it was raining and freezing. The first place we arrived was ...

Home Away from Home, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Home Away from Home

A travel blog entry by havs

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Who knew that selecting a place to blog entries and photos could be such an extensive task? I swear becoming a designer can sometimes be more of a curse because I kept thinking that the hosting site looked archaic and wasn't the sleek layout I was ...

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