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300 Alamo Plz
San Antonio, TX 78205

 (210) 225-1391

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"In San Antonio, you can enjoy several free activities, such as exploring the historic sites of The Alamo, strolling along the beautiful San Antonio River Walk, and visiting the city's many parks, including Brackenridge Park and Hemisfair Park."  See More

"Of course one can take late evening strolls along the San Antonio River Walk, and except for The Alamo, the other four missions located along or near the San Antonio River are operated by the National Park Service and are free and fairly fascinating to explore."  See More

"San Antonio River Walk The Alamo San Antonio Pearl District"  See More

The Alamo is free and then you can walk across the street and walk down the infamous San Antonio River Walk (free)."  See More

"The Alamo tour, San Juan mission tour, downtown San Antonio River WalkMarket Square."  See More

"Take a free stroll down the San Antonio River Walk and see The Alamo."  See More

"Take a look at The Alamo, but other than that and maybe the San Antonio Zoo, that's it."  See More

"The walk on the river is beautiful, go The Alamo and hear the story, that's what I suggest."  See More

"All the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park and Álamo is free."  See More

The Alamo is close to the River Walk, the garden is wonderful, since San Antonio had that horrible weather I'm not sure about the garden."  See More

"The San Antonio River Walk - experience the magical powers to relax and enjoy the riverside paths lined with hotels, restaurants, shops and museum Visit the 5 missions in the area including The Alamo kayaking on the river biking"  See More

"The Alamo, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, Natural Bridge Caverns, Texas State Capitol, Congress Avenue Bridge, Fredericksburg (Texas) and Lockhart are good places to visit."  See More

"It has great Mexican restaurants, and The Alamo and Mission San Jose are worthwhile stops."  See More

"i recomend you to visit The Alamo, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza at Dealey Plaza, San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site, Stockyards National Historic District, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Visitor Center"  See More

"Once you get to San Antonio, enjoy the San Antonio River WalkSan Antonio Zoo and of course The Alamo."  See More

"I do not know if The Alamo is free?"  See More

"I can suggest some stops after Austin (Texas)San Antonio The Alamo and San Antonio River Walk Big Bend National Park Carlsbad Caverns National Park White Sands National Monument Chiricahua National Monument In Chiricahua, I hiked one of the longer hikes, but it was 6 years ago, so I don't recall which one."  See More

San Antonio River WalkThe AlamoRipley's Believe It or Not, and much much more"  See More

"I'm from Longview (Washington) and enjoy the snow covered frozen of Lake Sacajawea but I now live in San Antonio so if we could safely get a few inches of snow The San Antonio River Walk would be a great place to visit during the Christmas Tree Lighting at the Rivercenter Mall and when that gets boring The Alamo on Alamo Plaza is a great romatic place for some but if that doesn't get you going ride the horse drawn carriage around town."  See More

"The Alamo and peaceful, pretty river walk The San Antonio River WalkSan Antonio Theater?"  See More

"And you can visit The Alamo for some history."  See More

"I would figure on spending at least two days in Austin, then I will go to  San Antonio and see the San Antonio River Walk and The Alamo, what's your ride together."  See More

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