April 7-12, 2022
6 DAYS – 12 MEALS
Experience Fiesta San Antonio in 2022! Join us as we take in the unbeatable beauty of the Texas Hill Country! This includes the glorious Painted Churches of Schulenburg, the rolling meadows of Nature’s bountiful wildflowers, the historical significance of an old Mission, the color and excitement of the Fiesta de la San Antonio and the lazy serenity of the Riverwalk.
- Travel through the gorgeous Texas Hill Country
- Visit Lady Bird Johnson’s Wildflower Center & Gardens
- 3-Nights near the River Walk
- Narrated River Tour
- Visit Three Spanish Colonial Missions
- Fiesta de la San Antonio Activities & Parades
- RESERVED SEATS for Fiesta of the Flowers Parade
- Time for Exploring the Riverwalk and Shopping
- Tour of the magnificent Painted Churches of Schulenburg
Double – $1,495 pp
Single – $2,195
Triple – $1,295 pp
Deposit: $50 pp (due at time of booking)
Travel Protection: call for quote
Final Payment due February 18, 2022
Our first day begins in Springfield and ends in Waco where we’ll stop for the night after dinner at one of our favorite Texas restaurants. Get settled into the hotel for a relaxing evening. (D)
Up early for breakfast at the hotel and back on the road to Austin and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. After strolling through the Gardens with your camera, grab a box lunch under the pergola. Board the coach, sit back and enjoy the scenic ride through the Hill Country with rolling meadows of bluebonnets and other wildflowers.
Arriving in San Antonio we will board a riverboat for a tour of the famed Riverwalk. Land back at our hotel, located near the Riverwalk and close to restaurants, shops and many Fiesta activities. This evening, we will view the Battle of Flowers Festival River Parade before settling in for the night. (B,L,D)
After breakfast, join us for one of the highlights of any trip to southern Texas: a leisurely tour of three of San Antonio’s famous Old Spanish Missions: Mission San Jose Y de Aguayo, Mission Nuestra Senora de Le Purisima Conception, and of course Mission San Antonio De Valero (better known as The Alamo). Our host is one of San Antonio’s veteran tour guides and local historians.
Once we return to the hotel, the rest of the afternoon and evening is free to enjoy the Riverwalk and even a free Mariachi Festival River Parade. (B,L)
Our tour guide has some exciting activities planned for today! Stay tuned for further details. (B, D)
Enjoy one last morning and breakfast along the Riverwalk before loading the coach for a quick trip to Schulenburg, a spirited German community halfway between San Antonio and Houston. We’ll go for a special tour of Schulenburg’s renown Painted Churches. You’ll marvel at these ornate and beautifully decorated houses of worship…the craftsmanship will amaze you!
After grabbing a quick lunch in Schulenburg, we’re off to Farmers Branch. We’ll check in to our hotel and hit a local restaurant for a scrumptious Farewell Dinner. (B,L,D)
Pack up after breakfast and leave the Bluebonnets and Mission Bells behind as we make our way through Oklahoma. Last stop – Springfield. But before leaving for our own homes, start making plans for the next great adventure with Sunnyland Travel Center. Buenos amigos, buena comida y buenos tiempos! (B)