Posts tagged "San Antonio"
Mexican treats and German food in San Antonio

Mexican treats and German food in San Antonio

I never had a Pan Dulce as buttery and sweet as those baked at La Panaderia. I watched through the open kitchen as the staff used eggs and butter and then carefully folded, shaped and rolled the dough to go into the sleek oven for baking. The pan dulce conchas are ever popular and have...
A bit of history and hats off to San Antonio

A bit of history and hats off to San Antonio

Next to the Alamo is a fabulous Victorian hotel, The Menger. You could spend hours looking at the antique furniture, pictures of by gone eras and Carrie Nation’s hatchet. It was in the bar where Teddy Roosevelt gathered his Rough Riders. Talk about a living history to transport you back in time! I found it...
Exploring Old Texas in San Antonio

Exploring Old Texas in San Antonio

We knew it was time to check out Texas and started with San Antonio, rich in history and deep roots with Tex-Mex food. The River Walk is a famous city park and our hotel overlooked the colorful restaurants sitting along each side of the river. Known as a big tourist attraction in San Antonio, boats...
MLiss Travels

MLiss Travels