SpringHill Suites San Antonio SeaWorld/Lackland

138 Richland Hills Drive, San Antonio, Texas, 78245, United States
SpringHill Suites San Antonio SeaWorld/Lackland
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University of the Incarnate Word

by jenny146

The grounds are really pretty. Especially at the end of November when the trees of the campus are covered in Christmas Lights. At the end of November they have a " Light the Way." This is when they turn on all the lights. But you can come by anytime after this to view the lights. They stay on till January.

irish pub

by doug48 about durty neily's

durty neily's is a replica irish pub located at the hilton on the river walk. they offer live entertainment at night in the form of a piano player. the dueling piano show is fun. a great place to down a pint or two. casual

We celebrated our anniversary...

by KimberlyAnn about Fig Tree

We celebrated our anniversary at The Fig Tree, which is an elegant, high priced restaurant. The many servers were attentive and knowledgeable. Both their outside eating area overlooking Riverwalk and their inside dining room are beautifully decorated. We had escargot with a puff pastry and a delectable sauce as a starter. Then we had chateaubriand with two wonderful sauces. This steak was as tender as any meat could be, and I am not normally a big beefeater, but this was really outstanding. My husband also had a Belgian endive Roquefort cheese salad, which he said was excellent. For dessert we had bananas foster flamed and prepared at the tableside. We shared a half bottle of wine and my husband had espresso coffee with dessert. In March of 2000 the bill with tip was $230, but as I said it was our anniversary and I had been putting a little of something aside all year for a big splurge. If you did not splurge as much as we did a meal for one person would run between $24 - $38.

Such a history

by TheWanderingCamel

It's such a little building to be carrying the weight of so much history. Millions come here every year to see the place that to many is the very embodiment of heroism and sacrifice in the name of freedom and liberty.

The old stone church and the few simple buildings that make up the national shrine that is The Alamo are surrounded nowadays by beautifully tended and peaceful gardens but that wasn't the way it was back in March 1836 when a small band of men held out there against the army of General Antonio López de Santa Anna during the war that was raging between the Texians and Mexico. After 13 days which saw the death of all those defending the fort (including the small church which saw much fierce fighting) , the Alamo finally fell on March 6. The battle was lost but a legend was born that day that saw the names of the men who fell pass into the list of national heroes and the rallying cry of Sam Houston as he led the Texan Army to ultimate victory become a rallying cry for a whole nation - Remember the Alamo!

300 years of history are present in the Alamo. First a Spanish Mission (San Antonio de Valero, founded in 1718), until ownership was handed over to the mission converts, the mission buildings became a military barracks in 1803 - initially in the hands of the Mexicans, and then being taken by the men of the Texan Army who were to defend it to the death in the Texas Revolution as they fought for independence from Mexico.

Two of the original buildings are still standing - the church (now called the Shrine) and the Long Barrack (originally the "Convento") - both house exhibits and items from the siege and Texan history. There are more historical exhibits in another, much newer building also, as well as markers and the Wall of History in the garden. Alamo Plaza itself approximates the area covered by the old mission and the fort.

US ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT MUSEUM

by mtncorg

Armies tend to be conservative over time, but when a fort has been around as long as Fort Sam, change is inevitable. The fort originally supported combat arms units - infantry, cavalry and artillery - but after World War II, the main role of the Fort has changed to the training of the different branches of medically-oriented Army troops - medical, nursing, medical specialty, medical service, and veterinarian personnel. The main schools are located just south of this museum on the south side of Harry Wurzbach Road. This museum tells the history of United States Army medicine from the American Revolution up to the present through exhibits including medical equipment, uniforms and multimedia presentations. Outside the museum, there are a series of ambulances and a fully equipped hospital train on display. Admission is free and hours are from 10AM to 4 PM Tuesday through Saturday.

Located on the northeast corner of Harry Wurzbach and Stanley Roads just inside the Wurzbach Gate - You need to pick up a day visitor pass at the gate.

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Address: 138 Richland Hills Drive, San Antonio, Texas, 78245, United States