Remembering the Alamo City

Remembering the Alamo City

San Antonio is probably most famous for being home to The Alamo, the site of one of the most iconic and pivotal battles during the Texas Revolution back in 1836. But what about nowadays, what more is there to see in the city that is just a little over an hours drive from the State Capital, Austin?

Two By tour in San Antonio

This post comes from Two By Tour, a travel blog from Yvette and J, which they describe as a literary-focused travel diary about the search for art, inspiration, understanding and an authentic life. It tells the tale of their travels to San Antonio and The Alamo . . .

“San Antonio’s rich, historical tapestry had inspired us. Laden with smart cocktail bars, Spanish architecture, and a revered Riverwalk, the city is a rare mix of cultures and eras. We bask in its old-world charm, explore the Missions National Historic Park, and get into it with some disreputable motel guests.”

Continue to discover this slice of US history, along with some delicious cocktails on their post, Remembering the Alamo City.

Mission San Jose in San Antonio Texas

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