Four Points by Sheraton San Antonio Airport

Address: 8818 Jones Maltsberger Road, San Antonio, Texas, 78216, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Airport/North Central area of San Antonio, is near The Quarry Golf Club, Olmos Basin Golf Course, San Pedro Driving Range & Par 3 Course, and The San Antonio Art Institute.
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      Travel Blogs from San Antonio

      I'm Back.....

      A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Apr 07, 2015

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      ... was dismantled and shipped from France to Texas and reassembled in Castroville. It looks like a storybook house from times past. The 400 year old heavy timber framework of the house was re-erected in 1998 and the following year brick and mortar were added to enclose the framework. The roofing tiles, doors, window and shutters were shipped to Castroville from France. The exterior of the house was plastered by volunteer craftsmen in late ...

      Travel Day

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Apr 06, 2015

      ... go grocery shopping once we arrive at our destination. So off we went. Driving north on 281 we ran into the usual traffic, but it seemed we were making good time. About Bulverde, I heard Bob say "****" and "we have no brakes" the "low brake fluid light" came on and by the time we could slow down enough to pull off, we could smell the brakes. As luck would have it, we had stopped by a Velaro with a Jiffy Lube type place beside it. We got out, dropped the hood, finally located ...

      Beautiful Boerner

      A travel blog entry by curt1941 on Dec 01, 2014

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      We motored merrily out of the Rio Grande Valley and careened cautiously over the concrete all the way up to San Antonio. Actually we got stopped in a check point to see if we were citizens. We assured them that we didn't have anyone else in the coach and they let us go thru.

      San Antonio is a busy place with lots of cars and trucks and a freeway system that resembles a bowl of spaghetti. While traversing the atrocious turnpike and right in ...

      San Antonio - The Alamo

      A travel blog entry by marcher1234 on Mar 25, 2014

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      ... to the antique store. So we went out separate ways for an hour n a half. There was no queue at the Alamo so I got straight in & was free entry which was a bonus. They take a picture of you in front of the Alamo as you enter, which was a bit awkward on my own. The Alamo is San Antonio's most famous landmark & is the setting for the battle for independence that took place in 1836. Enjoyed scanning through ...

      The Alamo

      A travel blog entry by themccredies on Jul 29, 2013

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      ... recommend San Antonio to anyone and everyone. Matt and I would like to come back for a long weekend and stay in one of the Hotels along the waterfront. Take a dinner river cruise and lounge around, trying all of the restaurants, checking out the Alamo and be able to really soak in the information, do the tourist attractions, etc.

      It was fun and again, LOVED IT!!
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