Travel Blogs from San Antonio, United States

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Go, Spurs, Go! - And the SA Heat, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Go, Spurs, Go! - And the SA Heat

A travel blog entry by itsanjasblog

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... kennen, und ich nehme mal an, die meisten :D, kurze Erklärung: Der River Walk ist die wohl berühmteste Touristenattraktion in San Antonio. Eigentlich von überall her gibt es Treppen, die zum Fluss runter führen, und entlang dem Fluss (auf beiden ...

SAMA's Greatest Hits, San Antonio, United States travel blog

SAMA's Greatest Hits

A travel blog entry by terribrittross

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One of the places I wanted to see was the San Antonio Museum of Art. I read that their collection of art was eclectic and wonderful. I really wanted to see both their Egyptian collection and their Greek collection. It's so fun to me how trips reference ...

Goodbye San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Goodbye San Antonio

A travel blog entry by carolandgary

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... their bones, can't wait to come back when they are leafed, there were so, so many beautiful old trees everywhere all about. I also give San Antonio praise for the fact we had to leave the van for three days in a parking lot in a heavy traffic area, with ...

Run, Run, Run....., San Antonio, United States travel blog

Run, Run, Run.....

A travel blog entry by johnsontrip2010

DAY 6-Ashley & Justin, Jay & Melissa and Jaylen and Jalissa came over to our campsight at  Fort Sam for brats and baked beans and potato and pasta salad.  Had a good time until dusk when the mosquitos came out in force.  When they ...

Arrived at San Antonio,TX, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Arrived at San Antonio,TX

A travel blog entry by munroe

We arrived today and are planning on staying until 4/26.  The weather has been warm but not sunny.  Today is 4/18 and the weather is rainy and windy hopefully this will pass.  Having a great visit with Terry and Will so makes the trip good ...

The Beautiful River Walk, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Beautiful River Walk

A travel blog entry by terribrittross

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What makes San Antonio so special is the River Walk. The River Walk is about 4.5 miles long depending on where you start measureing from. We met a river taxi driver who said he walked the length each day round trip 9 miles. We walked sections of the ...

Basic, san antonio, United States travel blog

Basic

A travel blog entry by opgassiott

basic ...

No Fourth of July Holiday at MACC, San Antonio, United States travel blog

No Fourth of July Holiday at MACC

A travel blog entry by djpick

We did not experience any freedom from classes on July 4. Seems that when MACC cancelled July 4 classes in the past, people complained that they were not getting the full week of classes that they paid for. I guess it's a no-win situation. This year we ...

Y'all have a great day now y'hear!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Y'all have a great day now y'hear!

A travel blog entry by rkmlphillips

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... slide while the adults enjoyed a Mexican beer under the cabanas. At just after noon, we rallied the troops into the car journey from San Antonio to Houston. We had planned to have lunch half way at a famous Texas style BBQ house, alas it was closed! So ...

Whew!! Finally back in San Antonio., San Antonio, United States travel blog

Whew!! Finally back in San Antonio.

A travel blog entry by surgeongeneral

After a great Christmas and a lame new years I was definately ready to get back home and just kinda chill before I had to hit the books again. But I gotta go to Abilene to see my homegirl Jordan and watch the Longhorns rip the trojans a new one at the ...

Everything's Bigger!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Everything's Bigger!

A travel blog entry by mawilson

Just got into San Antonio and our room is actually too big! Never stayed in one that the king sized bed took up so little of the room, you could easily add a couple more. Off to see uh well I'm not sure but I will know it when I see ...

Scanner Darkly and Luby's, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Scanner Darkly and Luby's

A travel blog entry by djpick

I felt burnt out after the Friday afternoon class, so I took a nice long nap. Feeling refreshed, I headed out to see "A Scanner Darkly" at the Bijou. Fantastic movie. Intriguing animation and funny lines. I want to hit some of the regional dining ...

San Antonio, NY's Eve, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio, NY's Eve

A travel blog entry by jarallis

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River Walk, San Antonio, United States travel blog

River Walk

A travel blog entry by bakeralm

River Walk, great peach ...

San Fernando Cathedral, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Fernando Cathedral

A travel blog entry by terribrittross

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The quintessential landmark in San Antonio is the San Fernando Cathedral. We were fortunate enough to be able to visit this beautiful building during a Sunday Mass. After, we stayed to enjoy the artwork and ambience of this sacred place. Later that day, ...

No, buddy, YOU remember the Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

No, buddy, YOU remember the Alamo

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear

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... pointed out that Texas was a Mexican state at the time, experiencing rapid population growth through immigration, mostly from the United States.  Mexico was newly independent, its constitution based on the American one, but more enlightened in that ...

Palenque, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Palenque

A travel blog entry by gabwithgaudets

... left Zanatepec at 1650 ft above sea level in the state of Oaxaca at our usual time and headed for the Sierra Madre Mountains and San Cristobel de Las Casas in the Chiapas. Curva Peligrossa (sharp turn) signs were posted at each turn. The last 40 km of ...

The only thing to order at the Owl Bar, San Antonio, New Mexico, United States travel blog

The only thing to order at the Owl Bar

A travel blog entry by kingcotti

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(in my opinion) is the green chile cheeseburger!  For the uninitiated, green chile sauce is as much about flavor as it is heat.  The bun is big around and not out of a grocery store package; the hamburger is big and flat enough to overlap the ...

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

Back to the Alamo

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen

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Midday temperature: 27C Greg and I spent the afternoon in downtown San Antonio. Yesterday we had decided not to tour the Alamo with our tour group so today we went back and spent a couple hours learning about the history of the Alamo and the beginnings of ...

CalStar08, here I come!, Lake San Antonio, United States travel blog

CalStar08, here I come!

A travel blog entry by ido_graiman

... anywhere in between meet together for 3 nights of pure astronomy fun :D The selected location for this star party was Lake San-Antonio (or San-Antonio reservoir), which is a small park just in the middle of the way between San-Francisco and L.A. It's a ...

The Riverwalk, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Riverwalk

A travel blog entry by coronafamily

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After our wonderful hot sauce challenge we went down to the riverwalk and thoroughly enjoyed the scenery and the walk..This was a really cool place to see..lots of things to do. It is neat to see all the businesses, restaurants, etc along the river where ...

Pass the Salsa!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Pass the Salsa!

A travel blog entry by phungster

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Morning is up. The sun is still in Florida. We are here to get to know 'THE ALAMO'. This place is a history buff heaven. Information overload. We spend half of our day here and get intimate with the Alamo. We find out that Thomas Waters was one of the ...

We are on a Mission!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

We are on a Mission!

A travel blog entry by phungster

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... heading out for the rest of San Antonio's Missions, http://www.nps.gov/saan/, which were established by Spanish Franciscan friars along San Antonio River on their mission to convert the natives. Yes, we are on a mission to visit many miles of missions. ...

san antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

san antonio

A travel blog entry by yozhik_v_lesu

stopped in san antonio and explored the city: alamo, river walk, etc. then took off for ...

The Hungry Zebra, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Hungry Zebra

A travel blog entry by ewingadventure

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... that he must have been a very hungry zebra and a little naughty too! After the ranch we headed down to the Riverwalk in downtown San Antonio. We ate at Ritas on the River and enjoyed some yummy fajitas and a tasty mango margarita for Mommy! Afterward, we ...

Golf with the father of the bride, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Golf with the father of the bride

A travel blog entry by nahury1

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A nice golf course. A nice morning as ...

Howdy Cowboy !, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Howdy Cowboy !

A travel blog entry by meliboum

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... le matin. Un beau petit lever à 3h45 AM, on aime ça en bazwell ! On est partis à l'heure et arrivés à l'heure aussi à San Antonio, après une escale à Dallas. Tout s'est bien passé, mais on a eu toutes les misères du monde sur l'autoroute avec ...

Halfway accross America..., San Antonio, United States travel blog

Halfway accross America...

A travel blog entry by rvbunch

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... ; Tomorrow we start working at Morgan's Wonderland and are very excited...we'll tell you all about it at the end of the week. ROADKILL FROM FORT DAVIS TO SAN ANTONIO: 1 FOX 3 DEER 1 BOAR 1 DOG 6 UFO (that's what Ken calls the unidentified flat ...

Try try again, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Try try again

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors

So today we went back over to the storage place and turned on the generator. No problem, but then again the generator is built to handle 50 amps and everything in "G/G". Now I wonder if the inverter may be the problem. Not that it runs the refrigerator ...

Started an adventure of a lifetime!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Started an adventure of a lifetime!

A travel blog entry by jenniferweiss

As September 7th inched closer, I was spending my last days in the San Antonio for one year! Before I left for Argentina I went on a food binge! I ate everything I knew I would miss from the US- from bagels, my favorite, to kuggle, to pomegranates, to ...

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