Visiting San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio, TX

Here are a few links and suggestions to make planning a trip to San Antonio just a bit easier…

  • Rio San Antonio Cruises – See the River up close and personal by way of a boat tour, Rio taxi, or group charter (groups, corporate outings, dining).  A boat tour is great if you are a first-time visitor.  The informative 35-minute experience combines a leisurely river cruise, beautiful scenery, and interesting historical information (Do you know why Texas is the only state allowed to fly its flag on level with or higher than the American flag?).
  • Tower of the Americas (750 feet tall) – Great view of the city from the observation deck; breakfast and coffee served at the Tower Café; Skies Over Texas 4D theater ride; fine dining at the Chart House Restaurant.
  • Alamo Trolley Tours (Hop On, Hop Off) – Great way to see the city beyond the River Walk area; comprehensive view of San Antonio with less walking.
  • San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk – My room was on the 17th floor and had a balcony overlooking the River Walk and downtown.  The hotel staff was extremely accommodating.  There was a slight mix-up with our room reservation so the front desk staff gave us free Wi-Fi service for the duration of our stay.  Valet service and bell service was top notch–maximum wait time was approximately five minutes.
  • Official web site of the San Antonio River Walk:

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