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San Antonio Travel Guide

San Antonio Travel Guide May 20, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
As you’re making your last minute travel plans, it always helps to have some last-minute insider tips to the city to help you better prepare. San Antonio is certainly no exception. Surprisingly to many, it’s the 7th largest city in the U.S. coming behind Philadelphia and in front of Dallas....

Take a Tour of San Antonio

Take a Tour of San Antonio May 12, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
  1. Rio San Antonio Cruises This Company offers tours on riverboats down the San Antonio river, straight through town. Relax on the water during this 40 minutes tour of the Riverwalk. A great option if your legs are tired and you are looking to learn more about the area.   2. Alamo Sightseeing Tours Alamo...

The Parks of San Antonio

The Parks of San Antonio May 11, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
1. Main Plaza Located right downtown, this recently restored area includes a bevy of water fountains, strolling sidewalks, picnic tables, and shady trees in the city center. Take a break from your sight-seeing to people watch or have a picnic during the afternoon. 2. Riverwalk, aka Paseo del Rio Right...

San Antonio’s Museums

San Antonio’s Museums May 10, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
The Alamo Probably the most popular destination in San Antonio, the Alamo museum showcases nearly 300 years of Texas history, including extensive exhibits concerning the battle that took place on its very soil on March 6, 1836. The Institute of Texan Cultures Also called the National Museum of Texas,...

Top 10 Mexican Restaurants

Top 10 Mexican Restaurants May 7, 2010 | Food, Travel Tips | Read More
With so many Mexican restaurants to choose from, it’s hard to pick the best. Here’s our Top 10: 1 ) La Jaiba Shrimp House: Known for its savory and spicy seafood dishes, this Mexican restaurant serves up some of the best shrimp dishes in the city. If you’re not feeling like a taste...
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