The SpaceMy B & B in San Antonio
Our spacious (2000 Sq.Ft.) home, fully furnished and equipped, uniquely decorated, and with a backyard patio-garden is conveniently located near central San Antonio (10 minutes by car), close to Interstate highways 35 and 10, (North-East Corner inside Loop 410).
The property is on a quiet cul-de-sac residential street and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room, library, kitchen, dining and an additional studio (bedroom) with bathroom (shower only) and laundry.
The queen and king size beds are arranged to provide sleeping for 11 adults maxim(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)configuration).
If you are looking for a San Antonio private accommodations with local charm and European flavor mix, then you are looking at the right place. Staying at our property will satisfy all your needs for a comfortable and convenient location in our charming home. Our location is 10 minutes drive from the historic city center with its world famous Alamo, River-Walk, the Hemisphere Plaza, the Spanish Missions and the antiquated King Williams District. You will find all the advantages of a home with great location for both business and pleasure.
The theme parks, Bridge Caverns, Safari Park, the SA Zoo, the Texas Hill Country, the State Capital Austin and a short drive to the Gulf Coast provides additional family programs.
The San Antonio International Airport is a short drive by car!
Our home includes the modern conveniences including cable TV, free wireless Internet, fully equipped kitchen, electric oven, microwave, coffee makers, washing machine and similar amenities.
Come enjoy San Antonio’s annual Fiesta Celebrations during wonderful spring weather in April. (URL HIDDEN) along with many other interests.
San Antonio's historic overview:
With neither the modern skyline of an oil town, nor the tumbleweed-strewn landscape of the Wild West, attractive and festive SAN ANTONIO looks nothing like the stereotypical image of Texas – despite being pivotal in the state's history. Standing at a geographical crossroads, it encapsulates the complex social and ethnic mixes of all Texas. Although the Europeans, among others, have made a strong contribution to its architecture, cuisine and music, today's San Antonio is predominantly Hispanic: abundant Tex-Mex restaurants, the prevalent Catholicism, the newly expanded Mexican Cultural Institute and advertising billboards in Spanish all attest to a long history of "Texican" culture.
Founded in 1691 by Spanish missionaries, San Antonio became a military garrison in 1718, and was settled by the Anglos in the 1720s and 1730s under Austin's colonization program. It is most famous for the legendary Battle of the Alamo in 1836, when the Mexican General Santa Anna, seeking to curb the aspirations of the Anglo-Americans, wiped out a band of Texan volunteers: hence San Antonio's claim to be the "birthplace of the revolution," borne out by its role during Texas's ten subsequent years of independence. After the Civil War, it became a hard drinking, hard fighting "sin city," at the heart of the Texas cattle and oil empires. Drastic floods in the 1920s wiped out much of the downtown area, but the sensitive WPA program, which revitalized two of the city's prettiest sites, La Villita and the River Walk, laid the foundations for its future as a major tourist destination. San Antonio is now the eighth largest city in the US, but it retains an unhurried, organic feel, thanks to a winning combination of small town warmth, respect for diversity and a self-confidence rooted in its own history.
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