Tag Archives: San Antonio

Hilltop RV Park Opens in Fort Stockton

Like many RVers traveling across West Texas between Las Cruces (New Mexico) and San Antonio, we often stop for a day or two at Fort Stockton. We’ve stayed at several RV parks in this West Texas crossroads town, none of … Continue reading

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RV Around Texas

With 267,000 square miles of amazing opportunities and unforgettable destinations, an RV visit to Texas is always exciting. Our Texas RV Travel Bucket List continues. San Antonio River Walk The famed San Antonio River Walk is 2½ miles of beautifully … Continue reading

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Texas RV Travel Bucket List

Texas is big, beautiful, and diverse. So much has been said about Texas—its sunny seacoast to mile-high mountains, dense forests to cactus-studded desert, great cities to small villages and towns, rich and diverse history, and the hallowed Shrine that represents her birthplace. … Continue reading

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50 Things We Love About Texas

1. Texas Hospitality 2. Paso Del Rio, or River Walk, the Jewel of the City (San Antonio) 3. Fresh from the Gulf shrimp and oysters 4. Exploring the pine and hardwood forests of the Piney Woods of East Texas 5. … Continue reading

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Five Things You Need to Know Today: April 6

Since I like things to come in fives (and tens), here are five things YOU need to know TODAY! 1. Expanded Campground near Prescott Reopens City of Prescott officials are reopening the campground at Watson Lake following the addition of … Continue reading

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Discover San Antonio’s Mission Trail

The chain of five missions that were established along the San Antonio River during the 18th century stands as a reminder of Spain’s most successful attempt to extend its New World influence and control. Representing both church and state, these … Continue reading

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San Antonio River Walk: Jewel of the City

San Antonio is best known for being the Home of The Alamo and the San Antonio River, the center points of numerous activities in the downtown area. The river actually has its headwaters in northern San Antonio and travels southward … Continue reading

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Po Po Family Restaurant: A Texas Tradition

Bright neon letters spell “CHICKEN, STEAKS, SEAFOOD” across the rock exterior of Po Po Family Restaurant, just off I-10. A notice posted on the front door warns: “We are not fast!…For fast, go to New York….” The neon and the … Continue reading

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San Antonio: An Enchanting City

Texas is big, beautiful, and diverse. It’s easy to think of Texas as a whole country—800 miles wide and nearly that far from north to south. The state encompasses sunny seacoast to mile-high mountains, dense forests to cactus-studded desert, and … Continue reading

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The Alamo Revisited: A Landmark Anniversary

So, why is this so special? One hundred seventy-five years ago the Alamo was the site of a pivotal moment in the history of the Texas Revolution where 250 or so Texian and Tejano defenders held off an estimated 1,500 … Continue reading

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