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One Good Henge Deserves Another

Today was a great day, the weather was perfect. I avoided the interstates almost all day, and I had a nice long drive on country roads. I couldn't have asked for more. Aurora Cemetery seems like your average rural cemetery at first, But according to local legend (and the plaque next to...

permalink written by  Kugs on the road on April 7, 2010 from San Antonio, United States
from the travel blog: Texas 2K10



Getting Ready!

A lot has happened since Clark and I first planned this trip. We are having a heat exchanger problem with the port engine and must make repairs prior to the trip. We are also having the generator worked on, which we hope to have back on the boat and installed on June 26, cutting it close!! The...

permalink written by  mhaleyrn on June 24, 2009 from San Antonio, United States
from the travel blog: Sailing The Gulf



General Info

Hello all! I'm setting up this travel blog to keep my friends and family updated on what I'm doing while I'm abroad next semester. I won't be leaving for another month and a half, but I wanted to get this site set up so that I could send the information out in our family newsletter. I'll be...

permalink written by  lesieur_h on November 29, 2008 from San Antonio, United States
from the travel blog: A Semester Abroad



Seperated at Birth?

I was looking through my camera when I stumbled across these pictures. The duo bear a frighteningly striking resemblance to each other. I have come to the conclusion that they were separated at birth. Thank you to everyone who came to visit me on my last day in San Antonio until August....

permalink written by  pathaley on June 17, 2008 from San Antonio, United States
from the travel blog: Eurotrip



San Antonio Golf Weekend...

So randomly Thomas and I embark upon a last min trip to San Antonio for some golf and good 'ole river walk fun... The golf was bad we played even worse but now we can officially be deemed "The official Michelada tasters of Texas"... and should be deemed so after about 50 between the two od us in...

permalink written by  daniellebachan on March 7, 2008 from San Antonio, United States
from the travel blog: 2008 Adventures....



Day 13 and 14 San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio is by far the prettiest and most romantic place we have ever been. We strolled down the riverwalk, took a night time river cruise, and ate lots of Mexican food. We are sleep deprived from our horrific hotel, we do not recommend the Red Roof Inn. We went to the Alamo and decided David...

permalink written by  KellyandKai on September 19, 2007 from San Antonio, United States
from the travel blog: Kelly and Kai Road Trip



Day 12 New Orleans to San Antonio

We drove 8 1/2 hours from New Orleans to San Antonio, Texas. We stopped at Cajun Tales before leaving and never want to eat fried food again.

permalink written by  KellyandKai on September 16, 2007 from San Antonio, United States
from the travel blog: Kelly and Kai Road Trip



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