Find the perfect coffee shop for you on this list of 24 cafes in San Antonio, Texas!
There is a historic hotel hidden in the Davis Mountains out in West Texas. It’s the perfect play to stay for hikers, mountain bikers, nature lovers, and star enthusiasts who would rather stay in comfort than in a tent or cabin. The Indian Lodge is a West Texas getaway for anyone seeking some adventure or
There’s a lot of history in Downtown San Antonio. Opportunities to learn about the city’s beginnings can be found everywhere. Some of these places are lesser known, but worth adding to your itinerary. One of these hidden historic gems is the Spanish Governor’s Palace.
There once was a famous hotel on the south side of San Antonio. Now ruins, this site is home to the newest park in the city. The Hot Wells Park opened to the public on April 30, 2019
Learn about one of the homes you can tour while visiting the King William District in San Antonio, texas.
Have you ever wanted to stay at a fancy resort in your own city but can’t afford to stay the night in one of the rooms? Did you know you can enjoy a resort without booking a room? With Resort Pass, you can spend a day at any participating resort around the United States! To
San Antonio has several unique museums. They are definitely worth the visit whether you’re in San Antonio on vacation or you’re a local. Each museum has interesting architecture as well as exhibits. Four of the museums are located along the San Antonio River. The McNay Museum, not located on the river, is surrounded by beautiful gardens
Here’s everything you need to know to plan your day trip to the Lyndon B. Johnson Ranch!
As the days get warmer and flowers begin to bloom in San Antonio, you don’t have to go far to be surrounded by beautiful flowers. Escape to nature without ever leaving the city! Visit these two beautiful gardens! All photos are my own. San Antonio Botanical Garden Location: 555 Funston Place, San Antonio, TX 78209 Hours:
Take a Day Trip from San Antonio to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center! Just outside of Austin is a sanctuary for plants. The Lady Bird Wildflower Center is so close to Austin it has an Austin address but far enough away from the city that you only hear the sounds of nature (and other