Quality Inn & Suites

9522 Brimhall Road, San Antonio, Texas, 78254, United States
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Bonnie & Clyde's car; the Texas Rangers Museum, SABonnie & Clyde's car; the Texas Rangers Museum, SA

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Monument across the streetMonument across the street

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diversity

by yoddles

thinking of relocating with my husband and children to san antonio. Can someone tell me if it is diverse and is it a good place to raise a family ?

RE: diversity

by Rillifane

San Antonio's population is 58.7 percent Hispanic, 32.5 percent Anglo, 6.8 percent African American, and 2 percent "other" (mainly Asian).


RE: diversity

by guera_chula_82

Hi there. I don't live in San Antonio anymore. I lived there until I was 11. But I go back every summer to visit my family and am moving back in October. In regards to you're question, but I think it depends on which side of San Antonio you're moving too. I think the east side is the worst as far as crime goes and i speak from personal experience because we lived there for a short time. I used to live by the SH Gates Elementary school on Yucca street. There's a lot of blacks there. I also lived on the south side on Roosevelt near the Mission 6 drive in. I liked that area. Most of my family lives in that area and that's mostly hispanics. There was only two other white people in my school. (Harlendale School District) I also have one Tia on the North side and there's more white people and some hispanics there. The wealthier seem to live in that area - you know, nicer houses, cleaner streets. I hope that helps.

Travel Tips for San Antonio

Get Your Bridal Portraits

by ATXtraveler

One of the unique things about San Antonio is the wedding culture of the town. On several occasions, we ran into wedding parties getting their bridal pictures taken in various city locations. Obvious spots like the Riverwalk made sense, but then also several were in the various Missions around town getting their pictures made. At Mission San Jose, there was a group of photographers, with one bride taking various snapshots. Our tour guide later informed us that almost every weekend this particular cathedral inside the mission holds at least one wedding service.

The Casino Building 1854

by Yaqui

This was San Antonio’s first social club and theater. It was started by German immigrants who needed a place for gathering and social activities. It was charted in 1857 and opened its door in 1858. It was a place for dinning, music, lectures, plays and family entertainment. It was said that General’s Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant have been guest here. The casino club lasted for almost sixty-nine years old till it sold in 1923. In 1946, it turned into a men's club. Till the 1960’s it was listed as several other clubs. There were Casino clubs listed in the San Antonio telephone directory into the early 1960's. Today it is condominiums.

From the riverboat tour it stands out for its gothic design and the lovely three tiered dome. It was called by the tourist guide as the German Apartments. It is listed as a Historical Landmark.

102 W Crockett St, San Antonio, TX 78205

come eat and get fat

by cochinjew about The China Harbour

Hundreds of people lining up and entering the restaurant on this sunday and the buffet is very large, with selections of the usual american chinese fare and also a little bit of sushi, enormous varieties of fried food.

an evangelical church is next door, if you are one of those kind, you could pray either before or after, but i recommend you pray there afterwards.. because you would have overeaten and loaded up your body with a ton of toxins.. i had some sushi, some rice noodle, habichuelas, bananas, canteloupe, some fried rice.. but i could see people engorging themselves. this is a feast for an endocrinologist who is studying why people become fat..

addendum from the day afterwards: four of us went to eat here on a sunday. that night, three out of the four of us suffered from various degrees of food poisoning. so cannot recommend the food here

Nice place yet ice less nice/less Italian tasting

by Maria250 about Mister Ice Cream

It's a nice, little ice house, a cute place yet the ice cream to me was not that nice tasting, and in no way like Italian made tasting. But it's all about taste so that's just me thinking I rather would buy there some soda than ice cream once more.

FORT SAM HOUSTON MUSEUM

by mtncorg

Situated on the south edge of the Parade Ground of the Old Post, the museum holds a series of exhibits that go a long ways towards explaining the long varied roles the Fort has enjoyed over time, first as a staging point for the Indian Wars of the 19th Century on to a training center for the Spanish American Wars - Theodore Roosevelt and his Roughriders were here - and both World Wars. For a long time, Fort Sam was the home post for the 2nd Infantry Division, though that unit has since been tasked with helping to defend South Korea and is located both there and at Fort Lewis in Washington State. Today the main role of the Fort has evolved to the training of the Army’s medical personnel, a task that has evolved since the end of World War II.

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Address: 9522 Brimhall Road, San Antonio, Texas, 78254, United States