Travel Inn

Address: 6543 West Old US Highway 90, San Antonio, Texas, 78227, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Cable Westwood area of San Antonio, is near Lackland Air Force Base, Alamo Drafthouse, Tzintzuntzan Ruins, and Windflower The Hill Country Spa.
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      Travel Blogs from San Antonio

      I'm Back.....

      A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Apr 07, 2015

      13 photos

      ... later painted. By 2002 the total transport and reassembling was completed. The interior was replicated and furnished with historic pieces, donated by people from Alsace, France. It took an army of craftsmen, artisans, contractors, landscapers and students that volunteered their time to put this little house back together.

      I am surprised at how much I've enjoyed the San Antonio area. Although we stayed pretty stationary over the ...

      Travel Day

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Apr 06, 2015

      ... fluid reservoir and sure enough it was pretty empty. �� Bob went into the oil place to see if he had any brake fluid. He did not sell any, but he did have some DOT 3 in his car. Well, that was not going to work since the tag on the reservoir stated only DOT 5.1 to be used. Not once again, as luck would have it, there was an Auto Zone "just up the road". So we unhooked the car and Bob left to get some brake fluid and a funnel. (Another reason to tow.) He returned, ...

      Beautiful Boerner

      A travel blog entry by curt1941 on Dec 01, 2014

      1 photo

      ... spot, I see a sign that says "trucks take upper level". The road I was supposed to be on was on the right....Yup, I was on the left. Swish and Swash (another made up word--I'm good huh) and the road bed narrowed to maybe a foot wide, well maybe 81/2 feet, and a very tight curve. Twenty mph tight, with a concrete wall on the left side of the coach and a bunch of pillars all over the place and cars going really fast. I grabbed the bottom of the seat ...

      Chapter 10 Moving East

      A travel blog entry by romabeach on Nov 18, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... San Antonio. A while later we saw around a dozen or so police vehicles, lights flashing and hundreds of motor cycles, followed by more police vehicles. What was going on?

      A stop for coffee at a roadhouse called Buc-ees solved the riddle. I saw a couple of people dressed in motor cycle leathers and wearing insignias that showed they were veterans. I asked them if they could explain what we had seen a little while before. They told me ...

      A lot of driving today

      A travel blog entry by joec404 on Oct 04, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... You can't believe the traffic through Houston. We violated out policy of no interstates, and jumped on Route 10 that sped up our approach to San Antonio. You'd think it would be easy to drive the freeways, but actually, there's bumper to bumper traffic, people shifting lanes 2 feet in front of you, it seems, hot doggers in muscle cars flying by at a gazillion miles an hour. Man, tense city, if you ...