Motel 6 San Antonio - Alamo Dome South

748 Hot Wells Boulevard, I-37/U.S. 281, Exit #137, San Antonio, Texas, 78223, United States
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Deciding between Houston and San Antonio...Need HELP!

by yankeegirl

I already posted the following question in the Houston forum so here goes:
Travelling and possible moving to Houston or San Antonio in January of 2005. My husband and I are wondering about what Houston/San Antonio is like for families. We don't want to live in a neighborhood that is too suburban and remote. We'd like to live in a neighborhood that is more urban and "walkable" - meaning convenient to shopping, lots of (safe) public parks nearby, close to hospitals, etc. Does anyone have advice on specific neighborhoods or districts that we should consider or avoid? We are moderate Muslim (I do not wear a veil). My husband is of Arab origin and I am of European roots if that matters. Any thoughts - good or bad would be greatly appreciated.

Re: Deciding between Houston and San Antonio...Need HELP!

by amyjam

Hi!
I think you are going to love houston,there are diferent places of what you are looking for.I think near of university rice you are going to love.
I live southeast of houston,there are many places to go,shopping,exercises,etc...goog neighborhood.

Re: Deciding between Houston and San Antonio...Need HELP!

by inkblotgirl

San Antonio is not a great walking city...everything is so spread out here. The Northwest side of San Antonio would probably be the side of town closest to what you are looking for. (De Zavala rd. area)
Good Luck!

Re: Deciding between Houston and San Antonio...Need HELP!

by MMcheetah

I have lived in both cities and here is my opinion. Houston is a huge city with terrible traffic. Houston does have lots to offer and the area around Rice University is the closest you'll get to a walking city. San Antonio has a lower cost of living, all the amenities of a large city without the crowded bustle of a big city. San Antonio is more spread out , but driving is easy and the buses (VIA) are not scary like some other cities' buses. There are areas in San Antonio that have everything you want in close proximaty of apartments and housing communities, but not the downtown area.

Re: Deciding between Houston and San Antonio...Need HELP!

by Teamfast

Pick SA Houston got alot of traffic

RE: RE: Deciding between Houston and San Antonio...Need HELP!

by narc

houston = rude city, no one uses turn signals and 'the bird' is common highway/street etiquet

Travel Tips for San Antonio

San Antonio Mission Docents

by ATXtraveler

When you are travelling around through the Missions in San Antonio, you will likely see someone in a blue or purple shirt with a purple brimmed hat. These volunteers are the San Antonio Mission Docents, who provide valuable information and assistance to travelers interested in learning more about the history of the missions. These guys seemed to be pretty busy every time I noticed one, as they were helping people get more out of their trip to these historic missions. At any one particular mission, there seemed to be 1-2 guys working to help out.

Bexar County Courthouse 1731

by Yaqui

As you wonder either to and from the downtown area, enjoy many of the historic buildings that surround a square or plaza topped off with a beautiful fountain. The Bexar County Courthouse 1731-1978 is just on of many structures that are truely buildings of art. As quoted from a web page listed below: "The Wharton Independent, in 1888 observed: "It has been truly said that the glory of a people is inspired by the genius of their institutions, by the monuments they build and the edifices they erect . . . How well it is then, in this era of progress, that we people of Wharton should set up in our gateway a structure that shall proclaim to the world our advanced ideas, our high conception of patriotism, and our love for the beautiful in art . . . Build, build high this temple of justice, that the virtues of our people may endure forever." I think this illustrates the pride of past, present, and future citizens of San Anotonio have for their city.

Located Main Plaza, San Antonio TX 78205

Best Ribs Anywhere!

by TexasLinda about Riley's BBQ

Okay, so it's not in San Antonio, it's in Blanco. But if you're going to be anywhere around San Antonio/Austin area, it's well worth the little drive to Blanco for the very best ribs anywhere on the planet! I also had jalapeno sausage, deviled eggs and sweet cornbread. My friend had the brisket and said it was good. Of course, they have beans also - can't eat bbq in Texas without beans! THE RIBS!!!!!

the sign caught my eye....!!

by raevnzno about Gringos

Has the standard Tex-Mex fare, with a few twists. A great local's place. Wait staff is friendly for the most part, sometimes a little slow, but overall good. They also offer a couple of 'American' dinners for those who don't like mexican food. Juan Jalisco is great if you're very hungry, or want to share with someone else at the table. included Baja ribs, beef enchiladas, chicken empanada, rice, and Andouille boracho beans. For smaller appetites try the Plato Zapata, or Plato Rosita if you want to go meatless.

burial site of the battle of the alamo

by doug48

pictured is a plaque on the burial site of the texans killed at the battle of the alamo. since there were so many killed they were cremated on this spot and their ashes buried. this historic spot is located on the south side of commerce street between alamo and bowie streets across from the rivercenter mall. of the millions of visitors to the alamo only a handful of people see this obscure site.

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Address: 748 Hot Wells Boulevard, I-37/U.S. 281, Exit #137, San Antonio, Texas, 78223, United States