Travel Blogs from San Antonio, United States

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Eagerly waiting to begin trip, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Eagerly waiting to begin trip

A travel blog entry by wjvins

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Watching the skies for more thunderstorms following a weekend of record heat. Chances of thunderstorms in Del RIo around noon. Hope the front has past and will be clear riding.  Richard and I decided not to travel to Big Bend the first day in the ...

Remember!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Remember!

A travel blog entry by sarichka10

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Dan and I went to San Antonio to see the Alamo. We figured we better see it sometime, or our Texas street cred will suffer! We also stopped in Luckenbach, you know from the Willie Nelson ...

11 1/2 Ride Home from Santa Rosa NM, San Antonio, United States travel blog

11 1/2 Ride Home from Santa Rosa NM

A travel blog entry by wjvins

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11 1/2 hour ride home from Santa Rosa NM. 5 rain showers, enough to get jeans wet. They dryed within the hour. I kept my rain jacket on not to get chilled during a prolong rain shower, which didn't happen. LOL Thanks for everyones comments. Hope you ...

Beautiful San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Beautiful San Antonio

A travel blog entry by loves_to_pack

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... 30 my eyes are getting tired and as nice as it would be to stay out we want to get up early to explore some some more of San Antonio tomorrow.We ask for the check and we leave a tip for the jazz guys and the sax player comes over and has a quick ...

A lot of driving today, San Antonio, United States travel blog

A lot of driving today

A travel blog entry by joec404

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... a gazillion miles an hour.  Man, tense city, if you ask me. Anyway, we're at this very cool RV park in San Antonio, with a beautiful pool, great facilities so we're going to chill here for 3 days, mainly to get Chinook serviced (which it badly ...

On To San Antonio!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

On To San Antonio!

A travel blog entry by bushaw

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Today (June 30) was mostly a driving day. We drove on U.S. 90 which heads to San Antonio between I-10 and the Mexico border; probably more interesting than I-10; at least, that was our thought. We stopped for a bit in Langtry to visit the Judge Roy Bean ...

San Antonio/Alamo/River Walk/Missions/Bike Trails, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio/Alamo/River Walk/Missions/Bike Trails

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill

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... the Catholic Church but the NPS maintains all the grounds around it and the other missions.  These missions were established along the San Antonio River in the 1700's by Spain to claim more territory and to spread the Catholic faith.  All of the ...

Our son's graduation from USAF officer's school, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Our son's graduation from USAF officer's school

A travel blog entry by c.i.222

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... some of the famous sites in San Antonio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     Our sons ...

San Antonio,***-more a personal entry, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio,***-more a personal entry

A travel blog entry by roro

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... Americas with Ryan Walsh (some of ye might remember him from when he was in Ros. One of the neighbours´kids) Great view of San Antonio and once again, Collins´ face was priceless. The night before we left, we went to a San Antonio Spurs´ ...

Spur Central, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Spur Central

A travel blog entry by jamesrachelusa

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... Next we went past the Alamo which was used as protection for the residents of La Villa Vita (first village / settlement of San Antonio) during the revolution. While La Villa Vita was historically interesting, as it was built during the 1890's, the houses ...

Leaving San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Leaving San Antonio

A travel blog entry by minimott

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We were heading east today from San Antonio today, until we had a malfunction. We left the campground, heading down the highway. We noticed a high pitch squel that was louder than before, but went away after a couple of minutes. After 30 miles, we ...

memories music & meat, San Antonio, United States travel blog

memories music & meat

A travel blog entry by loves_to_pack

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... for me. We walk around some more then head back to are lovely cold hotel room and drop our stuff of because lee wants to go to the San Antonio spurs shop at the AT&T stadium and its to far to walk so we have to take the car. As we near the stadium ...

U.S.A-3 from New Orleans to San Francisco, San Antonio, United States travel blog

U.S.A-3 from New Orleans to San Francisco

A travel blog entry by vinkor

... microphone explaning the tour and sold the tickets, smiling and joking I think that was the best imagine that I have of the United States in Italy for the same job three different people and all nervous and with no professionality that's the difference! ...

Chilling in San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Chilling in San Antonio

A travel blog entry by minimott

We're still in San Antonio. Just chilled in the air conditioning and surfed the web today. Tomorrow, we're heading somewhere. Don't know if we're heading east, northeast, or north. We'll see where we end up ...

The Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Alamo

A travel blog entry by minimott

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... rain fell since we are in a flood plane, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't enough to flood. During the day we went downtown to San Antonio. We checked out the Alamo. It was ashame to see that very little is left of the original Alamo fortress. Most of the ...

Natural Bridge Caverns, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Natural Bridge Caverns

A travel blog entry by socks

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The Natural Bridge Caverns were discovered on March 27, 1960 by four students of Saint Mary's University in San Antonio. It was named for the Rock Bridge that marks the entrance. Of early cretaceous age, the caverns are still forming site of artifacts ...

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

A travel blog entry by socks

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... . Today the missions are elegant reminders of the contribution of Indian and Hispanic peoples to the history of the United States. The missions of San Antonio were far more than churches; they were communities. Each was a fortified village, with its own ...

Old Home Week, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Old Home Week

A travel blog entry by edellis903

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We left Ray and Sandy's to go for a "reunion lunch" at Monex/Boral, my old office in San Antonio.  Mary Helen had organized a lunch at Logan's for the people I used to work with, as well as several folks who had retired, but came back for the ...

Riverwalk, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Riverwalk

A travel blog entry by socks

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When you think of San Antonio, the first and second things that come to mind are The Alamo and the Riverwalk. The Riverwalk is a picturesque 2.5 mile path that lines both sides of the San Antonio River. It is edged by hotels, art and gift shops, fine ...

Tower of the Americas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Tower of the Americas

A travel blog entry by socks

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The 750-foot tower offers a breathtaking view of San Antonio from the observation deck. Glass-walled elevators ascend more than 500 feet to the restaurant and observation level. It was the theme structure for the 1968 World's Fair since it symbolizes the ...

Brackenridge Park, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Brackenridge Park

A travel blog entry by socks

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Brackenridge Park is on 343.7 acres and is the focal point in San Antonio for outdoor activities. The picturesque San Antonio River, which originates from artesian springs north of the park, meanders by paved, tree-lines paths suitable for bicycling and ...

Im Herzen von Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Im Herzen von Texas

A travel blog entry by chantalcyril

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... , wo es Chantal endlich schaffte nach 6 Jahren eine neue Sonnenbrille zu kaufen! Ein wahrlich historischer Tag... Historisch bedeutend ist San Antonio für die Geschichte von Texas. Hier steht nämlich Fort Alamo. The Alamo ist jedoch kein Fort, ...

Government Canyon State Natural Area, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Government Canyon State Natural Area

A travel blog entry by socks

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... Nearly 40 miles of trails range from remote rugged canyon lands to gentile rolling prairies. The canyon was on the "Joe Johntson" Road from San Antonio to Bandera which was blazed by the military at Ft. Sam Houston in the 1850s. The canyon is a part of ...

Too Much Sightseeing, Let's Tee Off!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Too Much Sightseeing, Let's Tee Off!

A travel blog entry by edellis903

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Drove down from Boerne to northwest San Antonio for breakfast at Sandy and Ray's.  Should have taken 15 minutes, ended up taking 45.  Some of THE worst traffic I have ever seen, on I-10.  No accidents or construction, just traffic, traffic, ...

Arrived Travelers World RV Resort, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Arrived Travelers World RV Resort

A travel blog entry by socks

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This was our shortest drive between campgrounds, only 1.5 hours. It was an easy ride travailing a country ...

NBA Finals - San Antonio, Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

NBA Finals - San Antonio, Texas

A travel blog entry by smsmith

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... the size if the plane was that small Mark could not even stand up straight in it so would have really struggled in normal seats. San Antonio is very hot, it's not a dry heat like Vegas so you really feel the temperature. We checked in and headed straight ...

The Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Alamo

A travel blog entry by socks

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... of San Antonio de Valero, otherwise known as The Alamo, was established in 1718. It was the first of five missions built in San Antonio. This is the location where a small band of Texans held out for thirteen days against the Centralist army of 2,500 men ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy

Went here with my high school German class to attend the Oktoberfest in New Braunfels just outside of San ...

On The Road To San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, United States travel blog

On The Road To San Antonio, TX

A travel blog entry by peedeedog

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Hi Everyone, Not much to say as this is a travel day, and there is nothing exciting to film today. As you can tell by the photo's I took, I was bored and the scenery was not very scenic, so no videos. Until Later, Jim and Kathy ...

Seeing Some Sites Around San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Seeing Some Sites Around San Antonio, TX

A travel blog entry by peedeedog

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... garrison soldiers, both Texian and Mexican, but was ultimately abandoned. In 1849, several years after Texas was annexed to the United States, the US Army began renting the facility for use as a quartermaster's depot. The US Army abandoned the mission ...

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