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Santa Stops by the Hill Country

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Santa Stops by the Hill Country

Photo: Compliments of Mario Bass, Director of Sales and Marketing, JW Marriott San Antonio Resort and Spa

“Say boys and girls, how about that gigantic tree, the lights and the music? I watched you boogie around it. Fun, right? I can see the Christmas light show all the way from the North Pole.”

Santa Stops by the Hill Country

Photo: marriott.com

Santa gestured with a gloved hand. “I hear this place has 1002 rooms and cost $650 million to build, but trust me, I’ll find you as a guest at the resort on Christmas Eve. Did your parents enjoy a game of golf? This place has two PGA golf courses, and it is the largest resort in the Texas Hill Country.” Santa chuckled again. “I don’t play golf because I’m too busy with the elves during the year. If mom doesn’t play golf, she’ll love the spa and retail shops. And don’t forget the hiking trails—they provide exercise for the whole family. ”

Santa Stops by the Hill Country

Photo: houston.citymomsblog.com

Santa rubbed his belly once more. “The chefs are preparing magnificent gingerbread displays. I saw them as I came through the kitchen. Just wait until you see them. Total works of art.” He gave his ho-ho- ho laugh again. “Did I mention how much I like gingerbread cookies? Thanks for leaving them under the tree for me. I love those yummy little goodies.”

Santa and Mrs. Claus stood and gave a second wave to the group. “I must go. Break time is over. Mrs. Claus and I are headed home to finish preparations for the special, glorious night, but I’ll be back soon.”

For more information on Texas Hill Country Resorts and Spas, check out these sites:

San Antonio, Texas: www.marriott.com
San Antonio, Texas: www.lacantera.com
Austin, Texas: www.omnihotels.com
Horseshoe Bay, Texas: www.horseshoebay.com
Boerne, Texas: www.examiner.com

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