Residence Inn San Antonio Northwest

4041 Bluemel Road, San Antonio, Texas, 78240, United States
Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham San Antonio Northwest Medical Center
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cowboy hat

by jenpenn2000

I am looking for a good price (cheap) for a cowboy hat to wear just while I am down there. Where can I buuy one.

Re: cowboy hat

by lmkluque

Doubt that you'll find a "cheap" one. You might look in a "second had store."

Re: cowboy hat

by YVRDave


Re: cowboy hat

by Matt420

Walmart is probably going to be your best bet for a cheap hat you can throw away once you leave.

I think in a second hand store, they will probably be just about as expensive as a new one. It seems the more beat up it looks the more it will probably cost. Depending on what is "cheap" for you, any western wear shop should have a decent straw hat for around $50, if you are looking for a felt hat, expect to pay more.

Sheplers has hats starting around $20

Re: cowboy hat

by lostsooner55

Everyone doesn't wear hats. I'd just save your money. Have a nice dinner, or buy something you'll have a more permanent use for. Gary

Re: cowboy hat

by KimberlyAnn

I have been to San Antonio three times, and I never noticed too many people with cowboy hats on. I live in a tourist town in Wyoming, and in the summer you can always spot the tourists by their brand new cowboy hats and fresh western shirts. Most locals do not walk around town with cowboy hats on, and those that do, usually have good quality hats, and they don’t usually look brand new. As far as I can tell it is pretty much the same in San Antonio, so don't spend the money unless you just want to have fun with a hat.

Travel Tips for San Antonio

I do not have one favorite...

by courtneymay

I do not have one favorite thing about S.A. I love so many things about my home. See the Riverwalk and the Alamo. Eat Mexican food. Go see the Spurs, the Missions, or the Iguannas. Fiesta Texas. SeaWorld. Take a trip into the nearby Hill Country. Bar-B-Q is pretty good around here too! Dont forget to go the the Tower of the Americas. My fondest memory of San Antonio is the night view from the Tower. There's not many things that can compare.

Veterans' Reunion

by Maria250


A Veteran - whether active duty, retired, national guard
or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank
check made payable to "The United States of America", for an amount of
"up to and including my life".

That is Honor, and there are way too many people in this
country, who no longer understand it.

(from a forwardie)

Harley Davidson or BUST!

by Cherie_J

Many of the Harley dealerships will allow to rent a Harley if you have a motorcycle license. Rates vary and each June Austin hold a big ole rally where in they shut down all of 6th street! Expect to see 30,000 plus HOGS!

Great Tex-Mex at Guadalajara Grill

by MatthewMetcalfe about Guadalajara Grill

Located in San Antonio's La Villita Arts District, Guadalajara Grill serves up a variety of Mexican and Tex-Mex Dishes. I'm sure that it's a little touristy given it's location but I thought the food and drinks were awesome.

It's a Great place to stop for Lunch if you are poking through the Arts District or on your way to the Missions located south of San Antonio.

Because it's in a tourist area, it can get crowded at peak times. Be prepared to wait if you stroll in at 12:15 for lunch. Like most other Mexican Restaurants in San Antonio, Guadalajara just tastes better than Mexican food from "Back Home". The Salsa has more flavor, the main course is better, oh and the Margaritas... Let's not go there.

Mission Tour

by KiKitC

An interesting day trip is to visit the five missions in San Antonio.
The missions were established to convert more lands to Christianity, spread Spanish influence further and establish a strong economic security. Each mission was built to be self-sufficient, and protective for its residents. Built like forts, these religious centered missions either failed or boomed. The missions were set just far enough apart, that men, tools or arms could be transported to the next mission within a days trip. Now, thanks to better transportation, the entire mission tour can be completed in a day.

Visitors can get a glimpse of mission life in the restored Mission San Jose. Of course, the most famous of missions, the Alamo, can be found in the heart of the city. Many of the missions' chapels are still in use to this day, so please be respectful when visiting.


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 Residence Inn San Antonio Northwest

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Address: 4041 Bluemel Road, San Antonio, Texas, 78240, United States