Super 8 San Antonio

11027 IH 35 North, San Antonio, Texas, 78233, United States
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What to pack for San Antonio ?

by VERONIQUES

Hello everyone.
I am going to San Antonio next week and am not sure what to pack. ie more shorts than jeans? any sweater, rain gear.
Thanks for any info that you may provide.
V

Re: What to pack for San Antonio ?

by AGBAT

Jeans and an umbrella or wide brimed hat--You can get a straw cowboy hat for under $20 as a souvenir--best combination for sun or rain

Re: What to pack for San Antonio ?

by Jinx_Hoover

Should be in the 70's during the day and 50's at night. Light layers might be the ticket! Have a good trip.

Regards,

Jinx Hoover

Re: What to pack for San Antonio ?

by rboblitz56

pack shorts, jeans and a sweater for the cold nights. sun screen is a plus for the dessert sun. a pocket dictionary of spanish would be helpful. and a camera for the alamo and river walk. enjoy and eat some local mexican food.

Re: Re: What to pack for San Antonio ?

by VERONIQUES

Thanks for the packing tips. I have put in jeans, shorts and one sweater. I will also get more sunscreen lotions in our bags. I was not sure if I needed it in March.
thanks again
Veronique

Travel Tips for San Antonio

Guide to Tex-Mex - The Chimichanga

by ATXtraveler

After consulting with a couple of people outside of Texas, there was a concern that some of the loyal VT readers were unaware of the terminology of Texas foods. I want to make sure and ease your concerns by providing a good guide to these foods.

The Chimichanga is a staple in the Tex-Mex food guide. A "Chimi" as it is affectionately known as is the same as a burrito, or tortilla filled with beef, chicken, beans, or some combination of those, and then deep fried. Typically it is then covered by a chili con carne (chili with meat) sauce and/or queso (shredded or melted cheese).

Some places include the standard Mexican flag of food compliments (Pico de Gallo, Sour Cream and Guacamole).

Louis Tussaud’s Plaza Wax Museum

by Yaqui

I do not know if you are familiar with the tradition of the Tussaud's, but many of their museums are located across the country and across world in fact. This museum boast 225 life like figures that represent many popular individuals of past or present day by giving each figure complete attention to detail of all there character features. Its unbelievable how life like they are. So check it out!

301 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205
Across From The Alamo

Chacho's

by kd_baby about Chacho's

This restaurant symbolizes the best of Tex-Mex! Fresh homemade (flour) torillas, fresh mango salsa, fresca, guacamole, strong alcoholic drinks, and Texas size portions. All for $5-$6 a plate?! Chicken combination platter (one chicken flauta, one chicken crispy taco, one fajita taco).

BuckHorn Saloon and Musuem

by Yaqui about Great Buffalo Wings

I have this as something to see and do because of the musuem, but you have to try out there buffalo wings, which were very yummy and a nice cold glass of ice tea is nice. Lots of tables to sit at, it was clean, good price and tons of things to gaze around at. Buffalo Wings.....yummy!

Sunken Gardens

by Teamfast

The Sunken Gardens or The San Antonio Japanese Tea Gardens was built on an abandoned limestone rock quarry with prison labor in 1899.It included walkways, stone arch bridges, an island and a Japanese pagoda.Over the years the park sat in neglect and disrepair,due to minimal police,has become a haven for graffiti artists and the homeless.But since 2006,the gardens have been restored,with the pagoda,ponds,paths,with much needed touch ups.

Some interesting facts:The gardens was renamed to the Chinese Tea Gardens after World War Two,but changed to its original name around the 1960s.
Some pagodas still have the words"Chinese Tea Gardens"

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