Archive for the ‘Texas’ Category

Lost in San Antonio: Best Places to Get Kissed

Lost in San Antonio: Best Places to Get Kissed
By Jennifer Baggett LG Executive Editor *** As we near the end of our Lost in San Antonio series, I feel compelled to give a special and very personal shout out to one of my new favorite cities – for without it, I might not ever have been born. No seriously, it’s true. Back in the age of disco balls...
May 31st, 2010 | Couples Travel, Featured, Featured Getaway, Texas | Read More

Lost in San Antonio: 3 Ways to Get Rid of a Hangover

Lost in San Antonio: 3 Ways to Get Rid of a Hangover
By Meghann Foye Lost Girls Deputy Editor Considering that San Antonio is developing something of a reputation as a party town (it’s also one of the country’s family friendliest spots, but there are plenty of ways for grown-ups to play!), it’s only logical that the city should have just...
May 27th, 2010 | Featured, Featured Getaway, Texas | Read More

Lost in San Antonio: Biking the Mission Trail

Lost in San Antonio: Biking the Mission Trail
by Courtney Dubin Special to Lost Girls World Don’t get me wrong, I consider myself to be one lucky girl.  Invited to join a trip to San Antonio with three of my closest friends.  Check.  Treated to four days jam-packed (and I mean moment to moment!) with a wish list of experiences from helicopter...
May 21st, 2010 | Bike, Featured, Featured Getaway, Fitness & Workouts, Lost Girls, Texas, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Lost in San Antonio: Rolling on the River Walk

Lost in San Antonio: Rolling on the River Walk
By Amanda Pressner LG Executive Editor This first time I caught a glimpse of The San Antonio River Walk, I did a bit of a double take. Although I’d arrived in San Antonio with the understanding that city had some kind of entertainment district located on a body of water, I wasn’t expecting this...
May 16th, 2010 | City Travel, Cruise, Featured, Featured Getaway, Texas | Read More

Lost in San Antonio: The World’s Best Travel Photo

Lost in San Antonio: The World’s Best Travel Photo
by Courtney Dubin Special Correspondant to Lost Girls World My heart went pitter patter when my friend and original LG Jen Baggett emailed to let me know that my first official blog post for their site (yay!), on our whirlwind trip to San Antonio, would be about a seemingly fated encounter at at San...
May 13th, 2010 | Featured, Featured Getaway, Group Travel, Parties, Festivals & Events, Texas | Read More

Lost in San Antonio: Where You’ll Find the Lost Girls at 2 A.M.

Lost in San Antonio: Where You’ll Find the Lost Girls at 2 A.M.
By Meghann Foye Special to Lost Girls World *** After-hours fun is as integral to a Lost Girls vacation as wireless internet, so it was only right that we check out all the partying possibilities while down in San Antonio. And during Fiesta, there were certainly no shortage of options. Good thing,...
May 10th, 2010 | City Travel, Featured, Featured Getaway, Food & Wine, Texas | Read More

Lost in San Antonio: The Best Little Spa Treatment in Texas

Lost in San Antonio: The Best Little Spa Treatment in Texas
By Amanda Pressner LG Executive Editor There are plenty of times in life—and in San Antonio specifically!—that a Lost Girl really can have too much of a good thing. Despite the locals’ protests to the contrary, it actually is possible to overdo it the city’s world famous tacos, to stuff oneself...
May 6th, 2010 | Featured, Featured Getaway, Spa & Beauty, Texas | Read More

Lost in San Antonio: 5 Ways to Gain 5 Pounds

Lost in San Antonio: 5 Ways to Gain 5 Pounds
By Meghann Foye Special to Lost Girls World *** Okay, so the title of this post is meant to be tongue in cheek, but in all seriousness, San Antonio is one fabulous city when it comes to food. From corn tortillas made by hand from centuries-old methods to the latest in Tex-Mex cuisine, there is so much...
May 3rd, 2010 | Featured, Featured Getaway, Food & Wine, Texas | Read More

San Antonio: The Fiesta Never Ends!

San Antonio: The Fiesta Never Ends!
We’re always in search of travel destinations packed with interesting culture, plenty of walkable sights, and great food, shopping and nightlife. But the icing on the cake? When you find yourself there during the biggest festival of the year and can party right along with the locals. Last week,...
April 30th, 2010 | City Travel, Featured Getaway, Texas | Read More