San Antonio Must See – Full Time RV – San Antonio Video



San Antonio Must See – Full Time RV: There are so many wonderful places to explore in San Antonio and many of them are free! In this video we show you just a few of them including: The Pearl Brewery, The Alamo, the Missions, the Riverwalk, Riverboat tours. We have such a great time in San Antonio every time we visit! We also want to thank everyone who came out for our Austin Meetup! It was a huge turn out and we thank you for spending time with us! Shout out to Changing Lanes for joining us for the meet-up.

Thank you Brewtorium for a great meet-up! Be sure to show them some love if you are in Austin: http://thebrewtorium.com/

Channels from the Austin Meetup:
Changing Lanes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2o84Ea1Z-HiiYlbBbKkVqw
Traveling Trekez: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcJItdZ_7mcmxZ3FFksvTIQ
Does Size Matter: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUAtDg4-1BWPdEnss7HHgLw
Traveling Tech Guy: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqLPUlj_GfU7Zz6OQm2lNqA
A Streamin Life: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtrZvxP1SQkBJ8kZLsslimw
Life Beyond the Burbs: https://www.facebook.com/LifeBeyondtheBurbs/

San Antonio Fun:
The Pearl: http://atpearl.com/
Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery: http://www.southerleigh.com/
The Alamo: http://www.thealamo.org/
Riverwalk: https://www.thesanantonioriverwalk.com/
Riverboat Tour: https://www.goriocruises.com/
San Antonio Missions National Park: https://www.nps.gov/saan/index.htm

Remembering our Veterans:
The Wall that Heals: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Replica: http://www.vvmf.org/twth
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  1. The music was great in this video! Awesome job!

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  2. Again another great video loved that you got to visit the wall my buddy is on that wall sgt Dix

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  3. I see yall are vlogging now 🙂 Loving it! We should be in San Antonio by mid April.
    ~Stacy~

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  4. Hi, pretty cool your of San Antonio. Bike rack? They do have roof mount bike racks, just something to look into. Thanks for the workout, I am exhausted…LOL. the floating Vietnam memorial is a very honorable mission, to take it from state to state and city to city. It has been around for many years now. I heard about it prior to 2006 while I was employed with the V.A.. we have only been thru Texas but would enjoy visiting. Especially since we have family and friends there. Safe Travels

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  5. Loved the shot of the paparazzi chasing ya'll, then busting them. The thing that stood out the most was you said you did everything on the video for free, if true plz tell me how you wrangled some free beer when you were hanging with changing lanes! Better yet show us on an upcoming video how to find free beer….i think i can speak for the watching audience when i say that would not only go viral but be EPIC!

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  6. Great video, I am up the road in New Braunfels, finally warm after cold spell

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  7. I haven't had a chance to see the traveling wall. Thank you for sharing it. Very powerful, 58,000 + names.

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  8. One day we will have to go back to San Antonio. We went there for a vacation a few years back and one week was not enough time. I need to check out all of the other missions that you visited as well as more thoroughly explore the Pearl district. I fell in love with the San Antonio area and the vibe of the city. As for the word 'smidgen' it's good Phil got that haircut before you visited that last mission. When he walked through that doorway he just barely missed hitting the top of his head by a 'smidgen'. Phew – that extra hair would have bit the dust had he not got that haircut!

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  9. Definitely another destination for the bucket list!! Great video!

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  10. Thanks for showing the wall that heals. Cannot wait to see it in Florence, OR in early April. Great video.

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  11. Last year we crossed two things off my bucket list. First was the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown and second was the Alamo where my boyhood hero Davey Crockett died. We also did the rest of the Mission tour (2 on bikes and 2 in the car). Conception was our favorite as far as the beauty of it. Love the posts….keep um coming…

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  12. Stacy, I understand why you like the missions. When I visited my daughter in CA, we went to the mission at San Juan Capistrano, and I loved its beauty and its history. When we get to Texas, San Antonio will definitely be a stop in our journey. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. You remind us to watch the bloopers, but there’s no bloopers! Lol

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  14. Wow! I didn't even know the Alamo was a mission; I thought it was a military fort! :-O

    That traveling wall–wow–brought me to tears just through your video, and the only thought that came into my mind was "What an effing waste of lives!" I'm so sick of all the worldwide war-mongering; as the old ballad asks, "when will we ever learn?"

    Hope you might travel through Northern CA one of these days; I don't have a rig yet, but if you're in my part of CA, I could still manage a meet-up with y'all! 😉

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  15. Very neat! You are keeping my wanderlust going! Haven’t got my hubby on board quite yet!

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  16. Love the traveling memorial! If you get a chance to go see ALL the memorials in DC please do so. The Korean War memorial is actually my favorite (even though they are all fantastic and it is hard to choose) The best place to visit though is Arlington National Cemetery and watch the changing of the guard….the most moving thing I've seen….just something about it.

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  17. Love the music by the way!

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  18. new follower, you guys are inspiring! 😀 fell in love with the lovely second song throughout to the end of your video, would LOVE to know who it is 🙂

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  19. Another great video… Loved the scenes of the Alamo and the Riverwalk. Brought back memories from my time there at Lackland AFB in the 70's for basic training. Your music selections are getting better too!! Thanks for showing the Wall – very moving. HOWEVER…. I don't know, maybe it's just me… The Bloopers part just didn't seem as "Blooper-ish" this time. Come on, guys – You can screw up a little more, can't ya??? (LOL)

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  20. You can also get a hair cut in San-Antonio evidently

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  21. Thank you so much for everything, another Awesome video.

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  22. Great video When you showed the wall it brought tears to my eyes Thank you for the video!!!

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  23. I saw the wall in DC almost 23 years ago. A young man who lived across the street from me died in 1968 when I was about 13. I was able to find his name and it was very moving. It was over the Memorial Day weekend and the Rolling Thunder (motorcycle group) were there. There were booths set up with info and some merch. There was one that had POW/MIA bracelets. I picked one up and was floored! The soldier's name had my maiden name, married name and my middle initial on it. I had to buy it and still have it! We also got to see the first female soldier who guarded the tomb of the unknowns (I guess it's only unknown now). I encourage every American to visit the Mall in DC and Arlington National Cemetery. And if possible a trek down to Fredricksburg, VA and take in all the "old history" there. In the town I live we have a veteran's memorial with panels with all the soldier's names (from our county) who died in the various foreign wars. It's a moving tribute but also a really beautiful art installation. San Antonio is on my bucket list.

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  24. Well said about our Veterans and the men and women currently serving our wonderful country. God Bless and Safe Travels.

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  25. Good video shipmates! I drilled in San Antonio in a CENTCOM unit and later lived there as a DoD contractor. They have the best bike trails that can take you all around the area. The Pearl is a must to visit and the river walk. This made me somewhat homesick and I’m not even from there! Love the videos!

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  26. I saw the "real" wall in DC in the late 80's. Cried like a baby. I was born in '63, so I "missed" having to go. My older cousin enlisted, and thankfully returned safely. Just watching the mobile wall segment in this video made me "weepy". My son and his wife were both Marines, and I thank them daily for their service. Thank you two also, for your service. Jayman…

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  27. The wall, the music & that beautiful flag put a passing tear in my eye. I graduated The Worlds Greatest Air Force basic training in October of 1972. I was put in two days casual status because my follow on training school was not ready yet so I took a day trip to the Alamo. Yes, another flashback. I seem to be having a lot of those lately. Memories are good, thanks!

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  28. I joined the usaf in 82 to see the world. Stayed in my hometown of SA. I've been to all these places but Pearl was in disrepair.

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  29. We were in San Antonio a few months back. Loved it, very clean, one of the easiest cities to walk around. And the river walk! We could of spent a week there.

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  30. Great video I use to live on Temple years ago I love San Antonio my favorite city can’t to take my wife there, thank for the memories

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  31. San Antonio seems like a real must visit.

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  32. Great video! It took us a while to figure out filming while riding our bikes. Our boys loved the bike ride and the boat ride! We enjoy getting the notifications from YouTube that you have released a new video!!

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  33. Great video, really enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing. Hope to get to one of your meetups someday. Safe travels 😊🇺🇸

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  34. Thank you Sir for your Service to this Country.

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  35. Brewtorium sucks, it has mediocre food and beer

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  36. Great video! Seem to be getting better with each release in quality and content, thank you so much. Changing lanes is great too.

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  37. I'm glad you were able to visit each of the missions. Funny how many people think 1) it's only the Alamo and 2) are surprised by the small scale of the Alamo. I wish more of the Missions could have been saved, but (as a former history teacher and having lived in San Antonio for seven years) I'm happy to see how much has been preserved. Glad you rode the trail as well, it's a nice ride and a good workout. 😉 Safe travels!

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  38. Another great video guys. San Antonio is an awesome city! Just wanted you to know the videos are getting better and better!!

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  39. Love your videos but this one made me cry… lol. We were in San Antonio Jan of 2018 for our son’s Air Force graduation. Loved the Pearl. We were there on a farmer’s market day. So awesome.

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