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The Crockett Hotel

Can you guess who the Crockett is named for? You know it-Davy Crockett and you can’t miss the hotel because they literally have a ginormous neon sign because you know everything is bigger in Texas. It certainly makes finding your way home easy. Crockett is independently owned-in the great spirit of Texas. Crockett was originally a meeting place and lodge for the three link fraternity in 1909.

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The Alamo

The Alamo was established in 1718 as Mission San Antonio de Valero. The Alamo is best known as the site of the 1836 Battle of the Alamo in which Texas sought to gain it’s independence from Mexico led by Santa Anna. The Alamo is also a historical landmark and definitely on any history buffs bucket list!

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Battle For Texas the Experience-San Antonio

Bowie, Travis, Crockett, Sequin and Santa Anna. They’re all represented in this incredible collection of many never-before-seen artifacts. This unforgettable, curated exhibition provides views with an in-depth perspective on the stirring story of the Battle of the Alamo. You’ll come away inspired by the historic battle and beaming with Texas pride .

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Lulu’s Bakery and CafĂ©-San Antonio

Lulu’s Bakery and Cafe is an adorable little diner on your way into San Antonio. Lulu’s is famous for its 3 pound cinnamon roll-you read that right. Remember I do all the things! It’s important to realize when parking at Lulu’s that parking is very limited and a little shady so definitely drive or wait in the parking lot until you get a good spot.