La Villita Inn San Antonio

736 South St Marys, San Antonio, Texas, 78205, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown/Riverwalk area of San Antonio, is near La Villita, King William Historic District, Arneson River Theatre, and Village Weavers.
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Travel Blogs from San Antonio

Remember the Alamo...

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

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... 1800-6000 Mexican troops led by General Antonio Lopaz de Santa Anna, after holding out for thirteen day they were finally overrun with only a hand full of survivors left
This action became a heroic symbol of resistance for the Texans in their struggle for independence which they won a year later.

San Antonio ...

New Braunfels - Texas

A travel blog entry by lukebillinge on Sep 07, 2014

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... in ages so felt a bit strange but good to be hitting the ball again! Other than that I chilled out and watched him coach. When we got back to the house, Diego and a couple of his friends had rustled up a load of meat so we ate and drank a few beers. The following day, Cal was at work, but I joined the morning group tennis sessions. An hour of drills and then an hour of cardio. My tennis was very erratic let's say and my fitness pretty shoddy! Later in the afternoon we ...

Day 11 - San Antonio, Texas.

A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Aug 31, 2014

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... so much the amount of walking we had done! We went back to the hotel for an hour, I sky per Scott and then we fell asleep. There wasn't much shopping to do because it was a Sunday and everything closes early, especially on bank holiday. We went back out at around 7pm, we seen some people running down the side of the water and looking over a wall, so we joined in! It was a snake in the water, couldn't have been a rattle snake, I called it a spotted water snake, ...

Where everything's bigger

A travel blog entry by prawn0 on Apr 13, 2014

... It was huge and crazy busy. People hip and shouldering others out of the way. Needless to say we got what we needed and got out of there ASAP. When we arrived in San Antonio and set up camp we found out that there was another trek america group at our camp site so that was a bit exciting getting to meet some new people and hear about their trip which funnily enough they had just been where we ...

We will ALWAYS remember the Alamo

A travel blog entry by steeleandsarah on Jul 09, 2013

3 comments, 10 photos

... than me). Fortunately, shortly after we walked into the shrine a very pleasant old man led us into the courtyard for a history lesson on why the Alamo was important. It was there that I learned of the incredible bravery of 189 men (Davy Crockett being one of them) who died trying to defend the Texas stronghold from Mexican General Santa Anna's troops during the Texas revolution. It was truly inspiring to walk the grounds where so many men willingly gave their lives ...