Travel Blogs from San Antonio, United States

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Riverwalk San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Riverwalk San Antonio

A travel blog entry by katrinaandtim

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We ate breakfast before we began the 4.5 hours drive to San Antonio. The hwy was really busy. Usually they become a little congested entering major cities. But from Dallas to San Antonio busy all the way. Did I also mention petrol is cheap. Costs us $40 ...

Lake Mitchell Audubon Center, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Lake Mitchell Audubon Center

A travel blog entry by tendashseven

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... and community education focused on birds and their habitats. This amazing 1,200 acre natural resource is just south of downtown San Antonio. This unique and beautiful bird haven consists of the 600-acre Mitchell Lake, 215 acres of wetlands and ponds and ...

Texas, USA - 05, Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Texas, USA - 05

A travel blog entry by shaun_and_leah

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... that had escaped us during our South and Central American adventures. After Dallas we basically headed south - to places like Austin, San Antonio, Gruene, Fredericksburg, Johnson City etc. We could go on forever but here is a quick overview of what we ...

2010, What am I going to do next!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

2010, What am I going to do next!

A travel blog entry by skip2938

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         I am in San Antonio for the winter getting some dental work done. So far I have gotten treatment for gum disease and they are better then they have been in years. I have two more appointments in February ...

San Antonio, Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio, Texas

A travel blog entry by lifeofmohr

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... for some coffee before hitting the road again. Our journey in Texas now begins on Route 10, heading about 5 hours east to San Antonio. Today marks our 4 week countdown to the end of this journey. We were sad for a minute, then repeated ourselves. FOUR ...

Day 32 | Dallas to San Antonio via Austin, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 32 | Dallas to San Antonio via Austin

A travel blog entry by ozheares

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... to have had a Derek as a guide to Austin. Hearing some of the stories made it memorable. On the rest of the road to San Antonio we saw a Christmas lighted area off the highway. A bit of research had us returning to see the lights that had been set up in ...

The road to San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The road to San Antonio

A travel blog entry by theoneride

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... is going to send The ONE Ride information out to all their Facebook friends and news letter folks.  The Best Western in San Antonio actually discounted more off the room from the Harley or AAA rate. Thanks!   Pictures tell the story ...

Day 33 | San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 33 | San Antonio

A travel blog entry by ozheares

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This morning we visited the Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch for a drive-around safari. This is just out of town but before we went we seriously must get the windscreen clean after the dust and dirt the journey so far, the weather is clear, we should do our ...

Chapter 20 Itchy Feet, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Chapter 20 Itchy Feet

A travel blog entry by romabeach

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... ; John took us downtown where we took the opportunity for a Riverboat ride.   This is the second most visited attraction in San Antonio, only beaten by the famous Alamo. A visit to the Alamo after the Riverboat finished the day for us. On the ...

Double Eagles, Long Horns and Lone Stars, Austin - San Antonio, United States travel blog

Double Eagles, Long Horns and Lone Stars

A travel blog entry by herecomesmungo

... Vernia. The people are really friendly out here, and you can go anywhere on your own and have a good night out. Last night was "shuffleboard" I lost. I'm off to the Alamo in San Antonio later today. This will be an emotional experience, I'm sure of ...

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

Fundraising in San Antonio

A travel blog entry by theoneride

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... of the BYDS riders. We all gathered, said a prayer to stay safe and hit the road for a 30 mile ride around northeast San Antonio to Willie's Grill and Ice House.  What a place, I had blackened catfish and blackened shrimp, great stuff! I was ...

Chapter 10 Moving East, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Chapter 10 Moving East

A travel blog entry by romabeach

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... they were doing this, especially in these weather conditions.    There seemed to be a lot of traffic heading into San Antonio.    A while later we saw around a dozen or so police vehicles, lights flashing and hundreds of ...

Day 45 & Rest Day 46, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 45 & Rest Day 46

A travel blog entry by longwayup

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Day 45: Matehuela to San Antonio Total - 800km San Antonio is the seventh-largest city in the United States with a population of 1.3 millions and the second-largest city in the state of Texas. The city was named after the Portuguese saint St. Anthony, ...

Identify the Road Kill, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Identify the Road Kill

A travel blog entry by jcsaharley03

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... she mentioned we must be miserable in this heat.  NOT, where we came from, we are enjoying be warm.  We got into San Antonio around 3ish this afternoon.  We are staying at our Daughter In Law's Mom's house.  Kay teaches at UTSA and ...

Welcome to San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Welcome to San Antonio, TX

A travel blog entry by minimott

This morning I went for a run around 10 in the morning. I ran by the AT&T Center. I came across the highway we used to get here, but it wasn't the exit that we used to get to the campground. I made a left, but quickly realized that that was an on ...

Visiting a city I've always wanted to see, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Visiting a city I've always wanted to see

A travel blog entry by keggebeen

... software training) and we had a blast dining by the river in one of the many restuarants that line it.  As a bonus, we also walked through  the Alamo, which I had completely forgotten was located in San Antonio.  Fascinating ...

THE TEXAS RUSH, San Antonio, United States travel blog

THE TEXAS RUSH

A travel blog entry by walters2012

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... almost a 5 mile walk, but an interesting one which we walked a couple of times and then caught the bus back - excellent. San Antonio is a great Town - home of the Alamo.  The River runs through the centre and was decorated beautifully for Christmas ...

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 ...

San Antonio Missions, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio Missions

A travel blog entry by ljjohnson

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... around in the Historic King William District in the afternoon, but the day was spent primarily visiting the 4 Missions founded in the San Antonio area that I hadn't yet seen.       Each of the missions have similar history but they all ...

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 ...

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

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... explaning the tour and sold the tickets, smiling and joking I think that it was the best imagine that I have of the United States in Italy for the same job three different workers would have been employed  that's the difference! I also remember that ...

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´ ...

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 ...

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