Drury Inn & Suites San Antonio North

Address: 801 N Loop 1604 E , San Antonio, Texas, 78258, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Airport/North Central area of San Antonio, is near McAllister Park, Canyon Springs Golf Club, Texas Transportation Museum, and Silver Horn Golf Club of Texas.
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    Travel Blogs from San Antonio

    Pool day

    A travel blog entry by rlkefauver on Jun 03, 2015

    6 photos

    Ahhhhh. No truck today. Ahhhhhh Cooked yummy cinnamon rolls that Linda packed for us, thank you Linda! Kids got to play in game room, ride their bikes and play in the pool. Mommy got to start a book! And even got some laundry done... Hitting the road ...

    San Antonio

    A travel blog entry by janetbodisco on May 26, 2015

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    Absolutely wonderful visit in San Antonio with my cousin Lewis Fisher & wife Mary. We couldn't have had a more excellent travel guide than Lewis, who has authored many books about San Antonio as well as many other places. Mary grew up in San Antonio - about as good as you can get!! Spent a delightful day w/ their son Maverick in Austin as well ...

    Heading South

    A travel blog entry by domenoe on Apr 28, 2015

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... fuel mileage either, and was hoping for at least 8 MPG. I guessed we would take over 100 gallons.

    What we have noticed in our travels across Texas was that diesel fuel has been more expensive here that it was in California, Arizona or New Mexico. This is particularly true at stations along the interstate highways. That doesn't seem right to me, but that's how it is. Regular gas, however, is cheaper than it is in California.

    Anyway, I found ...

    "You Never Learn Anything Travelling 1st Class"

    A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jul 11, 2014

    14 photos

    ... thru Artesia then Compton stations. It was a normal day. We changed trains at Willowbrook and went upstairs for the green line towards LAX. An old black man asked me for change. "Gave my last two quarters to a young lady at Del Amo," I said He grinned his five yellow teeth at me. "I know," he said, unzipping his shoulder bag to reveal a scrawny tabby kitten, maybe a week old. "She got fleas. I need money's for the treatment." "Good-luck," I said. "Thank you kindly," ...

    Introduction

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on May 05, 2013

    ... to west Texas with two of our grandsons (ages 6 & 5). Once we returned from trip we almost immediately traded it in on a motor home, it wasn't elegant or even very large. It lacked a few things, but we didn't discover that until we took a few long trips. Our first long trip was the Route 66 trip. We packed up "G/G" (since it was a Georgetown and we were "George" & "Georgette") and headed west. We decided it was closer to start ...