Uncover the rich cultural heritage of San Antonio as you explore historic sites, discover unique museums and learn how to prepare then feast on an authentic Mexican meal!
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Program No. 1981RJ
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6 days
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949
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Carol
(5)

Our team leader Jane Martin was pleasant, well organized and thorough . Program had excellent speakers and activities that made the week in San Antonio worthwhile. Learned allot and well planned week.

Jane
(5)

We really enjoyed our trip to San Antonio. The location of the hotel added to our enjoyment.

Robert
(5)

This program provided excellent value when considering hotel location and quality of meals. There was a nice mix of presentation topics and field trips with several better than expected presenters.

Jeannie
(5)

We had a wonderful tour leader--Sue Peace. All of the speakers were excellent, knowledgeable and entertaining. You will learn a lot about both Texas and San Antonio history. The activity level was exactly as specified. San Antonio's Riverwalk is terrific. The McNay Art Museum was particularly impressive.

Linda
(5)

The San Antonio Signature Cities program, which I just completed, was a wonderful introduction to both the city and the rich history of the formation of the southwest. I gained an appreciation of our strong connection to Mexico and the value of many cultures able to live and thrive together.

Karen
(5)

The Signature City San Antonio tour included a wonderful variety of experiences, a wide range of activities and excellent lectures. Pace of this program was perfect. Jane Martin, our leader, obviously loves her city and we all left feeling the same way about it.

Peter
(5)

It was a great experience. I wish I had known about this much earlier. I plan to take part in the program as much as I can afford in the future.

Joan
(5)

Grew up knowing about the Alamo and always wanted to see it; also knew how highly respected/desirable San Antonio is a destination (thanks to the charms of River Walk). Saw these sites and much, much more. Came away thoroughly pleased and far more informed and educated then I could ever imagine. Will definitely pursue other Signature City adventures!

Debra
(5)

The San Antonio trip was interesting, and I learned a lot about the history of Texas. The city tour of the King William District architecture was nice. I enjoyed the free time to walk the Riverwalk to the Pearl district. I enjoyed the talk on Folk Medicine and especially the demo by Diana Barrios on puffy tacos, guacamole, and pecan pie. The temperature was in the 70's and 80's and wonderful. It was hard to go back to 20's and 30's in Wisconsin.

Anna
(5)

The tour was very well organized, including the lectures' schedule, accommodations and meals. The quality of the instructors was superb. The leader of our group Jane Martin was not only knowledgeable of the subjects, but also was very warm and personable . It was a great tour.

Julie
(5)

I loved this very active program about the vibrant city of San Antonio and all the colorful history leading up to the State of Texas as we know it today. Chita Harris is a wonderful group leader and all her instructors were very knowledgeable and interesting.

Beverly
(5)

This is a marvelous program if you enjoy learning about history. The activities are casual and there is no need for fancy clothes. There is quite a bit of walking involved, though our leader worked hard to accommodate various abilities within the group. I especially appreciated her efforts to help everyone feel at home in the group.

Harriet
(5)

we had never been to Texas and decided time to explore. Had a great hostess, good company and a wonderful exposure to the history and places beyond the river walk. Always a wonderful experience!!






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