Fireside Inn San Antonio / Ft. Sam Houston

1259 Austin Hwy, San Antonio, Texas, 78209, United States | Inn
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This inn, located in the Uptown Broadway area of San Antonio, is near Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, Toilet Seat Museum, Fort Sam Houston, and Artworks.
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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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... s all about. After that we headed out in Austin for the evening which was pretty cool and plenty going off nightlife wise. Sunday, we came back to New Braunfels and took a nap before playing footy again in Cals boss' back garden. A pretty rich guy so it's a big garden. A little hungover, running around in the heat was not too pleasant, and definitely not the New Braunfels dream! Later on we headed to the cinema, where they serve you meals and drinks to your seat which ...

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 ...

San Antonio and Big Bend National Park

A travel blog entry by nevans07 on Aug 17, 2014

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Sadly saying goodbye to The Texans we drove south towards Mexico aiming for Big Bend National Park. On the way we wanted to go via San Antonio to see both the Alamo and the river walk. The Alamo's legendary story is quite rightly a pretty emotional one. Even walking around hundreds of years later there were still people crying at the bravery the soldiers showed against the impossible odds that the Mexicans posed. The recovered letters from the generals of the Alamo were amazing ...

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Oct 20, 2013

4 comments, 16 photos

... on the roads we traveled yesterday and today. Not sure if it is because it was the weekend or if we are simply out in the middle of God's country, but the fact is that traffic issues were non-existent. We pretty much had the roads to ourselves in many areas. Each day I love Texas a little bit more.

We arrived in San Antonio before noon and we decided to drive around the city and see the sights and locate the River Walk ...