Travel Blogs from San Antonio, United States

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All packed, San Antonio, United States travel blog

All packed

A travel blog entry by juliecklein

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We are all packed, except for a few toiletries, and ready to go. Reservations have been printed and airlines confirmed. Tomorrow's lunch is even done! We each have one carry on suitcase and a day bag. Thank you to all that called with good wishes. We ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by dproberts

Travel to San Antonio for MILAIR transfer at Kelly ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by sheflysx

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... be located outside of the city on a large piece of land, but I was wrong. It is right amidst the high-rises of  San Antonio. I will say, however, that they have preserved it with reverence in such a way that the city buildings do not infringe on ...

Almost there!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Almost there!

A travel blog entry by sandy1948

Things are falling into place.  I've decided on a Salt Lake City apartment. The mover promises to get my stuff there by June 9th or 10th and Dora is going to drive up with me.  Last day of work until May 23rd and I think that I got ...

New York to San Antonio, Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

New York to San Antonio, Texas

A travel blog entry by dianne.kennett

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... It was pretty warm here about 26 degrees. It looked funny to see leaves on the trees, spring has definitely come to Texas! San Antonio has a population of about 1.5 million people and is the most historic city in Texas. Driving to our hotel it didn't ...

"Texans don't dial 911"

A travel blog entry by vickiesincock

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... become very clear to us that Texans are VERY proud to be Texans. A phrase that explains it best is: "Texans could get by without the United States. But the United States, except at great cost, could not get by without Texas". By now, it was ridiculously ...

Quick Sidetrip to San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Quick Sidetrip to San Antonio

A travel blog entry by travelintommy

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... Indian converts for nearly seventy years. Construction began on the present site in 1724. In 1793, Spanish officials secularized San Antonio's five missions and distributed their lands to the remaining Indian residents. These men and women continued to ...

A Festive Day in San Antonio!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

A Festive Day in San Antonio!

A travel blog entry by pjnedry

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... Mike's place, then probably ship them home from there! In one of the indoor markets, there was a 10th Anniversary Celebration of San Antonio's Ragtime Music Group.  Who would have thought, heh?!  So, we could shop and listen to some perky ...

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

Back to San Antonio

A travel blog entry by ahamill

Long drive back - - and this completes the record of this ...

Keller Williams Realty, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Keller Williams Realty

A travel blog entry by realtors

... live and work in San Antonio.  I specialize in the areas of San Antonio Northwest Real Estate, San Antonio North Central Real Estate, San Antonio Northeast Real Estate.  I will be writing more entries and I travel further during my summer trip.. ...

To China or bust!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

To China or bust!

A travel blog entry by chabuquita

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... to the airport three hours before my departure time. I was so eager to start the journey! My son drove me to the San Antonio International Airport from my home in New Braunfels after a farewell kiss I found myself alone questioning my sanity: 61 days in ...

Visit to see Ben, Rebecca, Sam Joe & Brinkley, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Visit to see Ben, Rebecca, Sam Joe & Brinkley

A travel blog entry by teamrobinmills

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... day trip to see Ben and Rebecca in San Antonio.  First of all we joined them at their church - Oak Hills Church in San Antonio and heard Max Lucado speak on encouragement.  It was huge - an indoor playground for the kids, numerous libraries, a ...

Hard Rock Cafe, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Hard Rock Cafe

A travel blog entry by nahury1

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Have to also have a meal at the Hard Rock Cafe. ...

Gathering News with Jessica Rockey, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Gathering News with Jessica Rockey

A travel blog entry by transformers

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This is Jessica Rockey reporting for the Amazing Grace Transformers with Gathering News! Today was Mustache Monday so we all put on funky mustaches and masks. We walked down to the lobby and got to know people as we had on our mustaches. We got many ...

Deplaned!!!!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Deplaned!!!!

A travel blog entry by ssigmon

Uh oh! No parts for broken smoke detectors. All other planes are full. We had a 5 hour layover in JFK scheduled--we may need everyone of those hours! Please pray that we can get there on time ...

Now I remember why I HATE Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Now I remember why I HATE Texas

A travel blog entry by helenskib

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What an awful day to ride.  Leaving Las Cruces wasn't too bad- but the weather got progressively worse as they day went along.  Windy, Windy, Windy all day.  Then rain - intermingled with occasional bouts of hail.  And this was a ...

Everything is bigger in Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Everything is bigger in Texas

A travel blog entry by georgeandlisa

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Truck-Sized cactus We have been seeing these gi-normous cactus' since we came into Texas.  Some of them are as big as a minivan.  Many are more than 6 feet tall.  Many times we have seen what appears to be a "cactus farm".  They grow ...

Feb 17 - Last stop ... San Antonio!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Feb 17 - Last stop ... San Antonio!

A travel blog entry by roganna

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Today we travelled from Galveston to San Antonio ... about 4.5 hours. About halfway, we hit a lot of driving rain, to the extent that we couldn't see the car in front of us at times.  The rain lasted all the way to San Antonio, although it eased up ...

Day 22, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 22

A travel blog entry by 12gkids

Started our day @ the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo. Lots of booths for shopping, any kind of western ware you can image! continued onto the livestock areas, watch where you step! 4H areas, rodeo hall of fame museum, very interesting. Continued onto ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by ramona-usa

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... altbewaehrter Methode bestellt. Am Nachmittag bin ich dann den River Walk langgeschlendert, der eigentliche Grund warum ich mich fuer San Antonio entschieden habe. Unter der Stadt gibt es entlang des Flusses quasi eine zweite, tiefer gelegene Etage mit ...

Sights and Sounds, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Sights and Sounds

A travel blog entry by mawilson

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  It is Fiesta Week in San Antonio. Patty compared it to to Bike Week in Spanish. There are parties and bands all over town. We hung out for a while listening to a band that was playing on a stage underneath Interstate 35. I tried to get Patty to ...

Seaworld!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Seaworld!

A travel blog entry by shokk

We spent the next 6 hours seeing almot every attraction in the park.  Very fun place! Camera battery died, so had to restort to using the Treo camera for pictures the rest of the ...

River Walk and The Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

River Walk and The Alamo

A travel blog entry by warnout

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Today Jon took us on a tour of San Antonio, about an hour from Kerrville.  The Mission San Antonio de Valero, now commonly known as The Alamo is located in downtown San Antonio.  It was here, in 1836, that Col. William B. Travis and 187 ...

crusing on the riverwalk, San Antonio, United States travel blog

crusing on the riverwalk

A travel blog entry by rikelman

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What a delightful city.  Riverwalk is a must do.  Weather ...

Honeymoon, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Honeymoon

A travel blog entry by chrisminter

... here on our honeymoon on this week back in 1988 when we were married.  Through the years we would make numerous trips to San Antonio and the hill country of Texas camping, river tubing and theme parking/sight seeing.  I believe it to be one of ...

San Antonio Missions and the Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio Missions and the Alamo

A travel blog entry by mcgovern

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... pool was really nice. Then I took a shower ate dinner, and then went to bed. April 13 - by Madison Today we went to downtown San Antonio.  We were going to watch a movie about the Alamo, go to the Alamo, go to the market and then go on a ...

Getting Ready, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Getting Ready

A travel blog entry by tvntjeff

Well we are running around trying to get everything done so we can leave tomorrow for our trip to Virginia. Val worked all day and then had to do her homework. Tom ran errands including taking Ron the guinea pig to be boarded and Shiloh and Bonnet, the ...

History and Dinner, San Antonio, United States travel blog

History and Dinner

A travel blog entry by jcarlton

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Today was a low key day.  We went for a walk to find some breakfast food to keep in our fridge.  We did finally find something, everyone eats out here.  For the next few days we are up and out quickly as the conference starts tomorrow and ...

All the Way to San Antone, San Antonio, United States travel blog

All the Way to San Antone

A travel blog entry by jim.coates

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... nbsp;Here US 90 turns inland.  I sat through what I hope is my last Border Patrol checkpoint, and headed direct to San Antonio -- with traffic increasing and the land becoming much more occupied.    I feel like I am being forced unwillingly ...

Citta', San Antonio, United States travel blog

Citta'

A travel blog entry by jimcroswell

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Today we got the tour of the city. First stop restaurant where they stuffed u full of like, 5 plates of food. seriously it was ridiculous. We stopped at a church, then Raffaels birth home, then pretty much everywhere. This city is ...

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