SpringHill Suites San Antonio Northwest/Medical Center

11426 IH-10 West, San Antonio, Texas, 78230, United States
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Travel Tips for San Antonio

Espada Park

by msbrandysue

For those who like to move about and be very active while travelling but also enjoy the historical aspects of it, Espada Park is almost the perfect combination.

I came upon Espada Park as I was looking for Mission Espada. Espada Park doesn't consist of too much, except for a long concrete road that circles the water that was once used as an acqueduct that served most of the missions. It's pretty quiet here, with not too many visitors. But definitely a very nice-looking place to get some exercise. Walking/running shoes, plenty of water (especially in the summer!!), biking equipment if you like, skating perhaps, sun protection, and safety equipment

Twice the pleasure

by TheWanderingCamel about La Villita

Browsing around San Antonio's Art Village, La Villita (Little Village), is as interesting for history buffs as it is for shoppers. The little houses that line the shady streets may now all be shops and galleries but their first life was as housing for Spanish troops stationed at the Mission San Antonio Valero when San Antonio was first settled. The adobe and stone cottages we see today were built to replace the original slab huts that were washed away in the flood of 1819. Santa Ana's Mexican army stationed the cannons that fired on the Alamo here. In the more peaceful times that followed German and French imigrants moved into the little houses but as people prospered and the city grew, La Villita became something of a slum. The development of the adjacent River Walk in the late 1930s saw a revival of interest in the historic old area and today the village is the centre of a thriving arts community, its old buildings preserved and cherished. There's something for everyone at La Villita, virtually all of it hand-crafted and unique. Jewellery, ceramics, textiles, glass, fine art, leather and more - the most resistant of non-shoppers could be tempted here and even if you hold out against adding yet another thing to your over-stuffed baggage, a set of notecards with water colour sketches of the old buildings won't take up any room, will they?

Pico de Gallo

by morgandk about Pico de Gallo

Located in the Market Square, also try La Margarita's Restaurant and Oyster Bar. Much better than the bored old Hard Rock or Hooters. CHILE RELLENO
Stuffed Poblano Pepper filled with spicy Beef
Served with Spanish Rice, Refried Beans & Guacamole

Surprising Spot for Great Tortilla Soup

by lisa_lise about Jim's

Everyone in America will laugh at this tip, because Jim's is just another chain restaurant noone thinks twice about. Surprisingly, here in San Antonio the Jim's restaurants serve truly good tortilla soup. I didn't believe it when a friend of mine from Mexico recommended it to me, but he was right. It's also really cheap here, so this is a great place to try it if you've never had it and you're not sure you'll like it.

I'm listing a Jim's located close to the airport, but Jim's is everywhere--a glance in the phone book gives you over 10 locations.

Going on the Mission Trail

by Jefie

The Alamo was one of five Spanish missions built in San Antonio and you can still visit the other four missions today. Starting at the Alamo, the Mission Trail goes on for 12 miles (you can pick up a map at the info center located in front of the Alamo). Although it takes you through some not-so-great neighborhoods, it's still worth driving to the four missions - my favorite ones are Concepcion and Espada. Admission is free and there are washrooms and picnic areas at all four missions (which are still in use today, by the way).

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