Rittiman Inn and Suites

6364 I-35 N at Rittiman Rd, San Antonio, Texas, 78218, United States | 1 star hotel
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Great views, lots of pics but lost our camera

A travel blog entry by kallenswishtrip

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... Amtrak to see if we might have possibly have left it on the train. And, the hotel is working on it as well, because we were pretty sure we left it here before heading for lunch.

We met a very joyful gal at the Lake Charles, LA train stop while waiting for our taxi. She had seen Kallen on the train and was asking us about him. She just starting singing and praying for God to continue healing and protecting him! It was so sweet!
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San Antonio - The Alamo

A travel blog entry by marcher1234

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... which are all in light & temperature controlled displays. It's quite impressive on the inside, but you aren't allowed to take photos. When I was finished in the Alamo I had some time up my sleeve so I visited the best looking ice cream parlour & had a caramel sundae with coconut macaroon ice cream. Had a sneaky window shop & then met Sam out front of the Alamo. He had a bag full of old Japanese ...

The Alamo / Ripley's Believe It or Not

A travel blog entry by jjmeef

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Had big yummy sandwiches at JJs – fresh and huge for only $4-5 each. Perth is so expensive. Went to the Alamo. It was too cold to walk around, and we hadn't realised that most of it was outside. Went to the longhouse and watched a good History Channel short movie, then looked at the exhibit inside. Pretty good, but we were surprised to see nearly everything was a reconstruction – most of the exhibits imply they are original ...

Rodeo!

A travel blog entry by jjmeef

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... during the concert, probably because it was so cold out and they wanted to get home. We left a bit before the end to beat the crowd at the taxi queue (we weren’t getting that bus again late at night!). There was a motorcycle accident on the way home near the hotel – we saw the bike on the back of a tow truck, it was completely smashed up.

The room key wasn’t working when we got back so I had to run across the road to the office to get it working ...

Remember the Alamo

A travel blog entry by rmwright

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... all but one defender had been killed or was killed after the fall. There were a few survivors...women, children, and servants who hid in the former mission. Santa Ana let them go as a warning to those who might follow. Santa Ana declared it to be a huge victory. One his leaders was is reported to have said, "Another victory like this and we'll all be in hell."

After visiting the Marketplace which is the largest of its type ...

Location

This 1 star hotel, located in the Medical Center/Northwest area of San Antonio, is near Splashtown, HemisFair Urban Park, and Fort Sam Houston.
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