Hilton Garden Inn San Antonio Airport

12828 US Hwy 281 North, San Antonio, Texas, 78216, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Airport/North Central area of San Antonio, is near San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, Mission Espada, Mission San Juan, and San Antonio Symphony.
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    Travel Blogs from San Antonio

    San Antonio, mmmm, some issues... :-)

    A travel blog entry by oliverlodge on Mar 26, 2014

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    Heading out of Galveston thinking route 6, 93 and find some smaller roads, but our first issue of the day - Route 6 out of Galveston was boring, lights, busy towns, poor traffic and so we got a little frustrated and thought sod it, lets hit I10 and get some miles...

    Mmmm, started well, empty, quick, and then well, the weather turned **** ( …

    Remember the Alamo...

    A travel blog entry by tim.ryan on Sep 09, 2014

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    Just a short trip today only a little over an hour down into San Antonio for a two day stop over. San Antonio is a beautiful city with our hotel in downtown we were close to all attractions. A short walk down the road and we came to the famous River Walk a delightful stroll along the San Antonio river with restaurants and cafes ...

    Day 11 - San Antonio, Texas.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... feet up off the floor it was that hot at 9.30am! First we went to the Alamo, it's the oldest building in San Antonio; there's a lot of history dating back to the early 1800's, In the 1800s, Mexico bought the state of Texas and told everyone that if they wanted to live their at 12 cent an acre they could do so tax free until 1836, so loads of people all over the world went there and done so. Although when 1835-6 arrived the Mexican wanted those on the land to ...

    Day 10 - San Antonio, Texas.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Aug 30, 2014

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    ... have the privilege of segways, haha they look so funny riding around on them in their helmets. We woke up late this morning, checked out at 12 midday and went to look for some clothes shops but lonely planet lied to us and there wasn't anything near only a really expensive what we would call a house of Fraser, only the dresses in there were averaging out to be $2000-8000 bit out of my price range I'm afraid. We went and had good in the west end area ...

    Leaving SA

    A travel blog entry by tom.beccamarty on Jun 07, 2014

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    Yep. We are going over to Eastern Europe this year. Since our last trip, we completed building our dream home along with 3 other friends/families in the same neighborhood! We also sold our Vineyard home to a sweet young family. We are expecting a new addition, aka grand child, on the 30th of June unless SHE comes while we are gone. We had Thanksgiving with the Dallas and Tulsa contingents. We had Christmas break with all the 3 girls and families along with ...