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A History Buff’s Guide to the Alamo

Posted Categories San Antonio

If people want to skip learning about the most pivotal moment in Texas history, they could watch what history critics say is the most accurate and historically correct movie, The Alamo, with Dennis Quaid and Billy Bob Thornton (2004). The siege of the Alamo began the Texas War for Independence, also called the Texas Revolution.…

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 A Fun Time In San Antonio and Spring Branch

My family and I returned from a fun weekend adventure in San Antonio and Spring Branch. We golfed, listened to music and camped in a couple of good RV parks. Plus, we explored a cool entertainment district, swam in the Guadalupe River, and ate and drank way too much! Parking at Admiralty RV Resort We…

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The Best New (or Improved) Texas Hotels

If you're looking for a great hotel to stay in for your Texas weekend getaway, here's a list of the best Texas hotels. You want a hotel to be your all-in destination. You don't want to leave it, so you are not concerned about proximity to a major metropolitan area, but you do want all…

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The Witte Museum

Posted Categories Cities, San Antonio, Texas

During a visit to San Antonio, since we couldn't play golf due to the weather and needed to get out of the camper, we decided to visit the Witte Museum and the South Texas Heritage Center. We're glad we did. The Witte Museum has something for everyone from 5 to 95. The South Texas Heritage…

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