Visiting Sea World San Antonio in the Winter – A Good Idea?

We visited Sea World in San Antonio in early January.  It was cold by San Antonio standards – in the forties.  While it wasn’t too awful since we had fantastic coats on, I felt really bad for the people that got wet during the Killer Whale show.  They must have frozen while they dried off! […]

Lantern Tour at San Antonio’s Natural Bridge Caverns

There are usually two types of things you can do in tourist attraction caves – the general large group tour or a get dirty adventure where you climb and crawl and have to wear safety gear. Both of these were available at the Natural Bridge Caverns just north of San Antonio, but the children’s ages […]

Photo Adventure : San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

Built in the 1700’s, the San Antonio Missions are some of the oldest structures in Texas. There are four mission sites and an aqueduct within the site, which spans miles south of downtown San Antonio. San Antonio recently petitioned UNESCO World Heritage for inclusion as a World Heritage Site. Inclusion would be a boom for […]

Photo Adventure : The San Antonio Riverwalk

San Antonio is a beautiful city with distinctive Spanish colonial flair. There is no better place to view the beauty of the city than the San Antonio Riverwalk. Located below the normal city streets, the San Antonio Riverwalk is second only to the Alamo in terms of visitors. Originally planned due to the devastation the […]