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San Antonio Attractions

San Antonio Attractions May 21, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
One thing is for certain when you visit San Antonio – you won’t ever run out of things to do! If you are looking for some outdoor adventure, visit the Texas Hill Country, which starts north of San Antonio and provides miles of lush landscape and rivers. The terrain is mountainous and provides year-round...

San Antonio Landmarks

San Antonio Landmarks May 21, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
San Antonio is a land of history and popular landmarks, allowing visitors to the area an abundance of opportunities. Spend the day walking along the San Antonio River Walk, the country’s oldest and most extensive Spanish-colonial water system. What once supplied water to San Antonio’s five historic...

Fun Things to do in San Antonio

Fun Things to do in San Antonio May 21, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
San Antonio is an area rich in culture and fun! From visiting the Texas Hill Country to strolling along the River Walk, the area is rich in beauty, history and excitement. The Texas Hill Country starts north of San Antonio and provides miles of lush landscape and rivers. As the name details, the terrain...

San Antonio Luxury Hotel

San Antonio Luxury Hotel May 21, 2010 | Hotels | Read More
Located on San Antonio’s illustrious River Walk, the Hotel Valencia captures a bit of history and modern luxury through architecture, décor and proximity. With 213 rooms and suites featuring signature designs by Dodd Mitchell of Los Angeles and custom-made luxury beds with 300-count Egyptian cotton...

San Antonio Restaurants

San Antonio Restaurants May 20, 2010 | Food | Read More
You don’t have to walk far anywhere in San Antonio to find something that will please your palate. San Antonio cuisine ranges from Texan (think thick spicy barbeque ribs) to Mexican (red hot huevos rancheros). More than 50 restaurants alone sit along the San Antonio River Walk, ranging from casual...

San Antonio Tours

San Antonio Tours May 20, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
Because San Antonio is an area with a broad range of historical and vibrant places to visit, finding a tour guide is a good way to take in as much as possible when visiting the city. From up in the air to on the water, San Antonio specializes in guided tours. Alamo Helicopter Tours offers a different...

San Antonio Things To Do

San Antonio Things To Do May 19, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
The hardest thing about visiting San Antonio is finding the time to do everything the city has to offer. The San Antonio River Walk alone can keep anyone busy for days with outdoor dining, museums, entertainment, outdoor art and shopping. Quaint pathways twist along with the river, which sits one story...

The Parks of San Antonio

The Parks of San Antonio May 11, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
1. Main Plaza Located right downtown, this recently restored area includes a bevy of water fountains, strolling sidewalks, picnic tables, and shady trees in the city center. Take a break from your sight-seeing to people watch or have a picnic during the afternoon. 2. Riverwalk, aka Paseo del Rio Right...

Fun Things to Do in San Antonio

Fun Things to Do in San Antonio May 6, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
The Alamo Originally a home to missionaries and their congregations, the Alamo is most famous for the battle that took place in 1836 between General Santa Anna and the Texans and Tejanos who defended the fort. The Alamo is open to visitors Monday – Saturday, 9 AM to 5:30 PM, and on Sundays, 10...
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