Travel Blogs from San Antonio, United States

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River Center Mall and Lucian's Ristorante, San Antonio, United States travel blog

River Center Mall and Lucian's Ristorante

A travel blog entry by terribrittross

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Our hotel, the Marriott RiverCenter was connected to the RiverCenter Mall. We'd seen an Italian Restaurant called Luciano's as we'd come in and out and one afternoon we stopped for lunch there. We chose a table outside overlooking the river alcove of ...

Sun, beers and tubing!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Sun, beers and tubing!

A travel blog entry by emstreeter

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... I know) and had an early/quiet night. I'm currently on the bus driving through Texas on the way to Carlsbad. Austin and San Antonio were both completely different cities to what I expected for Texas. I was expecting hick towns and dirt and horses. That's ...

The Flora and Fauna of San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Flora and Fauna of San Antonio

A travel blog entry by terribrittross

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We were pleased to see so many pretty green things in San Antonio. Albuquerque is lovely but mostly brown. San Antonio has turned its whole downtown into one big park. We enjoyed the birds both water and air and the flowers. I tried and tried to get a ...

Fr. James Update, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Fr. James Update

A travel blog entry by djpick

... a small steak (with Sprite this time). From dinner it was back to MACC to do laundry in the pay machines in my dorm room. En el fin de semana, you voy a visitar el Alamo con mis amigos de MACC. Nosotromos vamos a la misa en la Catedra de San ...

Sightseeing San Antonio, San Antonio, USA travel blog

Sightseeing San Antonio

A travel blog entry by wolters

Driving to San Antonio. Close to my middle name. We sat up the tents and took the bus into the city. The other group were staying at Naomi's family. We arrived at the Alamo and walked the river walk. It stank of toilets everywhere. Took the bus back and ...

Shamu Time, Sea World San Antonio, United States travel blog

Shamu Time

A travel blog entry by thebuscemis

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Salute to Heros Sea World offer!!  Super Fun being able to experience this for FREE!  Thanks Sea World for regonizing the efforts made by our ...

Downtown/Riverwalk, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Downtown/Riverwalk

A travel blog entry by thebuscemis

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Spent the day downtown ~ Family fun!  Joy was terrified of Ripley's but actually liked the wax ...

San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by enkorz

This is a fantastic place... Americans are different from Italians. But in San Antonio I think they had had a latin (mexicans are friendlier) ...

La Fiesta de MACC, San Antonio, United States travel blog

La Fiesta de MACC

A travel blog entry by djpick

... guitar, and drums. They were plenty of fun. Before mass, Chuck and I took a long walk down to Woodlawn Park, the major park of San Antonio about a half mile from MACC. The main feature of the park is a large lake. One lap around the lake is 1.33 miles. ...

River walk and the down town, San Antonio, United States travel blog

River walk and the down town

A travel blog entry by jormaontour

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The river walk is nice. Everything is easy to find. Not too groudy nor pick pockets. I like it. We continued to Catherdal San Pedro. Very simple church. But only to know the graves of the heroes from Alamo are there gave me the same feeling as i have ...

Allergic reactions and The Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Allergic reactions and The Alamo

A travel blog entry by cindy.thompson

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The drive to San Antonio is long. When we arrive we leave everyone to set up camp and we drive straight on to find a doctor. Steve has already given me some cream to try and calm my face down from the first aid kit but legally he's not allowed to ...

Feb 18 & 19, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Feb 18 & 19

A travel blog entry by roganna

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... to go to Traders Village and I was interested, so we all went. Traders Village is a flea market development on the other side of San Antonio.  It has hundreds of storage lockers, which people rent to set up their wares for sale.  A lot of it is ...

Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch

A travel blog entry by shokk

Wanted to see the Natural Bridge Caverns, but the ticket counter was closing soon as the tours were full.  Went to see Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch instead, which was really mediocre.  Left and got stuck in traffic delaying us by an hour to ...

The Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Alamo

A travel blog entry by curryinahurry

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... confused telling it.  The king of the wild frontier, Davie Crockett lost his life in the battle of the Alamo.  San Antonio is a lovely city.  They have very cleverly diverted the Alamo to form The Riverwalk, it's basically a canal with ...

Drek!  Scheduling and packing, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Drek! Scheduling and packing

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

        Moving today to a new location - Houston, for a month.  I think I've explained that I have to stay put for a bit in order to get my visas and also attend to yearly things like physicals, etc.  While I would ...

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

Visit to the Alamo

A travel blog entry by torial

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I arrived in San Antonio at about 6pm on Saturday 12th April. Apparently clickly through all of the 'yes please book my car' options on the Hertz website just means that you might want the car and they don't actually book it until you turn up at the desk ...

Day of Rest, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day of Rest

A travel blog entry by djpick

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... the street. We are permitted to use the computers in their library for Internet access. I then went to see "The Confederate States of America," a mockumentary/satire about racism. "CSA" is a film about a film about the history of the USA supposing the ...

First duty station, San Antonio, United States travel blog

First duty station

A travel blog entry by fries

Back to San ...

First duty station, San Antonio, United States travel blog

First duty station

A travel blog entry by fries

Back to San ...

Texas, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Texas

A travel blog entry by laura_schofield

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We packed up and on the road again to San Antonio stopping only to buy some snacks including monkey loco gummy bears and my new favourite thing in America - Oreo brownie! Just outside of the camp site we stopped at Stone henge 2 and this is literally it's ...

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

Bus to San Antonio

A travel blog entry by jjmeef

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... a quiet 3 hour journey listening to music, looking at scenery, and updating our travel journal (thanks Secret Santa!). It was freezing in San Antonio. We can't seem to get away from the cold, even in Texas! We checked in to our motel - so crappy. ...

We took the first step in buying the tickets, San Antonio, United States travel blog

We took the first step in buying the tickets

A travel blog entry by jwhit003

... [/b] - Hong Kong, China - Joburg, South Africa; [b]March[/b] - Joburg, South Africa - Rome, Italia. [b]March/April[/b] - Europe - San Antonio, Texas Anyone wanting to meet up with us anywhere on the trip is more than welcome. The more the ...

Remember The Alamo, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Remember The Alamo

A travel blog entry by cafe_travel

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... the end of that war in 1848 Mexico ceded the future States of New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah and California to the United States. This chain of events established the U.S.A as a continental power and made it possible for the nation to become the world ...

Dinner cruise on river, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Dinner cruise on river

A travel blog entry by nahury1

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Work dinner was a meal on one of the cruises on the Riverwalk. ...

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

Last days in San Antonio

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen

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... not on the set of a Hitchcock film. But it sure felt like it.   Today, Friday, is our last full day in San Antonio. So we went shopping. First to the Texas Western Wearhouse. This store is full of western wear for men and women and what a ...

Day 1, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Day 1

A travel blog entry by cavinspilgrims

Today Marybeth and I left San Antonio to go on a 14 day Pilgimage to the Holy Land with noted Bible Scholar Jeff Cavins and 150 other pilgrims. The two of us left San Antonio to fly to Houston to pick up 6 other pilgrims.  We then flew to Newark to ...

The Alamo and walking around San Antonio, San Antonio, United States travel blog

The Alamo and walking around San Antonio

A travel blog entry by nomadicguard

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Caverns, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Caverns

A travel blog entry by nomadicguard

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Never Give up Hope!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Never Give up Hope!

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever

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... could finally move on. You could tell that she did not know where her true home was. I, too, had been consumed by a calling to serve San Antonio youth for nearly two years, and it was finally over. I am not sure if I changed anyone's life, but I tried my ...

San Antonio, TEXAS, San Antonio, United States travel blog

San Antonio, TEXAS

A travel blog entry by cyo

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... lands and resettled, bringing Spanish customs and culture to the natives that lived here. All these missions have created what is now San Antonio. Today is a city built around its river, with thousands of places to explore and get lost.  The modern ...

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