San Antonio, day one

San Antonio Travel Blog

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On in to San Antonio where we will be for two nights. We checked into our motel for the night, another Best Western and call another TravBuddy member who has asked us to call. Tjohnsonsr (Travis) and his wife Suzie came over to meet us and show us around their city. First we took in the wonderful Mexican Market area downtown, and then the Alamo. After that we walked the Riverwalk. Dinner time came and they had to show off a great place they knew of to eat. Salsalito is a very nice Mexican Restaurant, with good food, great staff and a fair price. Even the Flan was fantastico.

halsafi says:
Sorry, the keyboard faild me!!!
Posted on: Jun 25, 2008
halsafi says:
Dice one dude.
Posted on: Jun 25, 2008
boxinbcn says:
What a fantastic trip!
Posted on: May 28, 2008
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Travis pointed out that in Texas t…
Travis pointed out that in Texas …
Here you can see Travis and Suzi s…
Here you can see Travis and Suzi …
This Gazebo, right across from the…
This Gazebo, right across from th…
The trees around the Alamo were gr…
The trees around the Alamo were g…
Travis in front of the Alamo.
Travis in front of the Alamo.
Judy and I at the Alamo
Judy and I at the Alamo
Without all the people around. :)
Without all the people around. :)
Just the Alamo
Just the Alamo
The Newspaper Building
The Newspaper Building
Another shot of the Alamo
Another shot of the Alamo
One of several water features near…
One of several water features nea…
Another of the water features betw…
Another of the water features bet…
Yet another water feature.
Yet another water feature.
And still another.
And still another.
A beautiful blown glass piece in a…
A beautiful blown glass piece in …
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk
They hid wateralls everywhere.
They hid wateralls everywhere.
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk
I caught Travis and Suzi on a brid…
I caught Travis and Suzi on a bri…
And they even let me get a closer …
And they even let me get a closer…
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
Not a great shot of Travis and his…
Not a great shot of Travis and hi…
With a flash it turned out a littl…
With a flash it turned out a litt…
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
The Riverwalk at night
San Antonio Sights & Attractions review
San Antonio's "must see"
The Alamo, just the name says history! Originally built in 1718 as San Antonio’s first mission this site was built in 1744 and lasted as a mission u… read entire review
San Antonio Hotels & Accommodations review
Nice location away from tourity areas
In San Antonio the Best Western Garden Inn was fully equipped with refrigerator, microwave, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, coffee maker, and high-… read entire review
San Antonio Sights & Attractions review
Very touristy, but a great place to stroll
San Antonio’s River walk is something special. It extends throughout much of the downtown area, but in the mile or so I got to see I was treated to… read entire review
San Antonio Restaurants, Cafes & Food review
Good Food, Good Service, Good Price
While we were in San Antonio for a couple of days the wonderful folks we met there through TravBuddy took us for dinner to this restaurant. First let… read entire review