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I have lived in San Antonio from 1998 it is a fun town with lot of thing to do the weather is hot but not to bad it gets cold in the winter but not to cold, there are lots of cool bars hear the river walk the Alamo and the spurs i really like the southwest feel i have yet to see all the thing to do hear caving and rock climbing water skiing theme parks NBA basketball hokey baseball well thats all for now i will add more later.
Jess1313 says:
I just received a Hill Country Newsletter on Texas wild flowers from the new JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa - it isn't opening until February but I guess they are getting people interested in the great things surrounding the resort. I was interested to read about what's in bloom. I've seen the bluebonnets covering the highways but I didn't know that there was a wild flower festival up near Fredericksburg. Also, it's peak lavender season and Becker Vineyards and Blanco, TX both have great festivals coming up in May and June. Thanks JW for bringing those to my attention - the resort says it will incorporate all of these Texas blooms into its landscaping and throughout the resort's decor and spa treatments.
Posted on: Apr 23, 2009
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