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Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch – San Antonio, Texas

Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch – San Antonio, Texas

July 12, 2013 No Comments Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch offers visitors a chance to do something many of them might never have the opportunity to do in their lifetimes: go on an African safari right in San Antonio, Texas! Visitors drive in the comfort of their own cars along the scenic four-mile route that cuts through the verdant ranchland. More ...

 

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Natural Bridge Caverns – San Antonio, Texas

Natural Bridge Caverns – San Antonio, Texas

April 15, 2013 No Comments Imagine a lost kingdom hidden deep within the ground. A place whose narrow crystal corridors open up to caverns that resemble the great halls of a castle, complete with stalactites hanging like crystal chandeliers, imposing columns that reach to the lofty ceilings, and stalagmites rising like sentinels guarding a land of secrets.  This is a ...

 

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Animal World and Snake Farm – New Braunfels, Texas

Animal World and Snake Farm – New Braunfels, Texas

April 8, 2013 No Comments Cobras, vipers and rattlers, oh my! Animal World & Snake Farm in New Braunfels, Texas is the perfect place to get a close look at all kinds of snakes and lots of other animals from scorpions and skinks, to monkeys and mountain lions and much more. Unlike those big sprawling zoos that can leave one ...

 

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Best Amusement Parks in the USA

Best Amusement Parks in the USA

August 9, 2012 No Comments Amusement parks have long been a preferred venue for families in search of exciting entertainment. From favorite roller coasters, to high-speed thrillers, traditional family and children’s rides, live entertainment, shops and dining, these alphabetically listed parks have something for everyone in the family.     BUSCH GARDENS  WILLIAMSBURG – Williamsburg, Virginia One of the most ...

 

Best Texas Resorts with Onsite Water Parks

Best Texas Resorts with Onsite Water Parks

February 27, 2012 No Comments The second biggest state in the nation, Texas is rich in history, culture and family fun. With spring break around the corner, why not plan a family escape to one of these exclusive resorts with onsite water parks, where recreation is both luxurious and convenient. Listed alphabetically, these 7 outstanding resorts are certain to please ...

 

Alamo City Ghost Tours: An Interactive Ghost Hunting Experience

Alamo City Ghost Tours: An Interactive Ghost Hunting Experience

February 2, 2012 No Comments Whether it’s the time we spent living in New Orleans or our obsession with Halloween, Dad and I just love ghost tours. Wandering deserted streets late at night as our guide spins intricate tales of long-ago tragedies, it is easy to feel like we are stepping back through time. We make it a priority to ...

 

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Kerrville, Texas: A Small Town Paradise

Kerrville, Texas: A Small Town Paradise

January 27, 2012 No Comments When Dad and I traveled through the American Southwest in the summer of 2011, we did a lot of base camping–staying in membership campgrounds, federal lands or state parks within an hour of major cities. This allowed us to pay lower nightly rates and explore the countryside, rather than exclusively focusing on known tourist destinations. ...

 

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Buckhorn and Texas Ranger Museum: San Antonio Celebrates the Bizarre

Buckhorn and Texas Ranger Museum: San Antonio Celebrates the Bizarre

July 20, 2011 No Comments When Dad and I planned this summer’s road trip through the American Southwest, we created a loose itinerary based on major attractions. The Alamo is one the Old West’s most famous sites, so we planned a trip to San Antonio, Texas. When we got to San Antonio, we were happily surprised to discover a plethora ...

 

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Remember the Alamo in San Antonio

Remember the Alamo in San Antonio

June 21, 2011 No Comments In virtually every way, San Antonio, Texas is a modern big city. One of the most populous and fastest growing cities in the nation, San Antonio offers medical research facilities, Fortune 500 companies, dozens of schools and colleges, and a mind-boggling array of tourist spots. Looking out over San Antonio’s downtown skyline, it is amazing ...

 

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San Antonio: The River Walk and the Alamo

San Antonio: The River Walk and the Alamo

October 27, 2010 No Comments On our recent trip to Austin Texas, one of the must-sees on my list was San Antonio.  I figured my last vacation to the city didn’t count as I was only three years old at the time!  I have pictures of myself running around the Alamo, chasing birds and felt it would be kind of ...

 

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