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Sherry Jackson

Sherry Jackson’s love of travel came at a young age. Her family would load up the car on the weekend, pick a destination and set off to explore. She has traversed thru jungles, snorkeled the turquoise waters of the Caribbean and wandered the streets of Paris, always searching for her next adventure. Her articles have been featured in a variety of outlets including USA Today, Blue Ridge Country, Foothills Spotlight Magazine, Jetsetter, Bootsnall, Gadling, Yahoo, CityRoom, The Simpsonville Sentinel and countless other print and online publications. She owns and maintains four websites ( ,, and Sherry is a member of the International Food, Wine and Travel Writers Association (IFWTWA) and the North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA). Her work can be viewed at

Explore San Antonio's History

The Westin La Cantera Resort pays tribute to that Spanish history. With it’s high white plastered walls, red tile roofs and limestone boulders it’s easy to imagine walking through a Spanish Colonial town. The resort itself was built on the site of an old limestone quarry. La Cantera means quarry in Spanish. There are plaques throughout the resort celebrating it’s Spanish heritage.

Read more at Suite101: Explore San Antonio’s History: at the Westin La Cantera Resort