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PrimeTime Money
Houston, Texas, USA
Member since Nov 2012
12239 posts

re: Things to do in San Antonio
Is that Natural Bridge Caverns? I've been there... pretty interesting.

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Tiger n Miami AU83
Auburn Fan
Member since Oct 2007
40763 posts

re: Things to do in San Antonio
Hookers and bl..

Oh wait..


4 children under 10


I got nothing. Sorry.

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Louisiana Tech Fan
Clutch City
Member since Aug 2006
4435 posts

re: Things to do in San Antonio

go to the river and pretend its new orleans.

At least there won't be trash on the ground and that cultural aroma of piss and vomit everywhere you go.

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Fat boy land
Member since Aug 2004
8227 posts

re: Things to do in San Antonio
Six Flags with discount. Go see bat guano in the cave.

Finkle is Einhorn
Atlanta Braves Fan
Member since Sep 2011
2375 posts

re: Things to do in San Antonio
Thanks everybody. Looks like we are gonna do sea world, river walk and check out schlitterbahns and the Alamo

San Diego State Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2010
1654 posts

re: Things to do in San Antonio
Liberty bar, Its a restaurant.

Chesters burgers, you can order a beer with your burger. The burgers are pretty good.

Central Market if you have a chance to check it out, they have good fresh made tortillas

Rosario’s Mexican Cafe

La Fogata

El Mirador

Earl Abel's, for a blast to the past!

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San Diego CA
Member since Feb 2004
82 posts

re: Things to do in San Antonio
There is a great restaurant near Seaworld called Two Step that is really good. Voted best margarita in town and there is a chicken and chorizo meal that is amazing. Everything I have had is good there. In an old farm house they moved to the location.

LSU Tiger09
Member since Sep 2009
840 posts

re: Things to do in San Antonio
Go to Deer Park... Neighborhood that requires residents to allow deer in their yard

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Gulf Coast Tiger
Ms Gulf Coast
Member since Jan 2004
7282 posts

re: Things to do in San Antonio
Also 6 flags is pretty good.

Schlitterbaun is awesome also

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Texas A&M Fan
Trolling the Tiger Rant lol
Member since Jan 2013
10162 posts

re: Things to do in San Antonio
- Sea World
* I live about a mile from it, way better amusement park than Fiesta Texas.

- Alamo/Riverwalk
* These two are about 300 yards apart so do both. Across the street from the Alamo there are a bunch of tourist places like Ripley's Believe It or Not and Guinness World Records that are worth checking out. Boat tours on the river are fun.

- Breckenridge Park / San Antonio Zoo
* Both are fun for the whole family and inexpensive.

- Tubing in New Braunfels
* The Guadalupe tends to be too low to tube during droughts like we have right now and you end up walking and carrying your tube, instead float the Comal, which actually in New Braunfels unlike the Guad which is outside town. Its also located right next to Schlitterbahn which is considered the best water park in the US.

- Haunted Railroad Tracks
* Been here a couple of times and its worth the time just because its weird. There are usually several cars lined up to see/try this.
* Long story but basically a bus broke down on the tracks and a train hit it killing a bunch of kids, now if you stop on the tracks and put your car in neutral it will roll up hill and over the tracks because "the kids are pushing you over to keep you from getting hit"
* The Legend
* Map

- Eat at La Margarita in downtown, The Longhorn Cafe(25 kinds of great burgers and even more beer), and the Tower of the Americas, which is San Antonio's space needle which has a rotating restaurant on top.

I've lived here forever so if you have any questions or need more suggestions feel free to ask.
This post was edited on 4/9 at 2:22 am

Rounding 3rd
Member since Oct 2012
4965 posts

re: Things to do in San Antonio
Get your truck (mini-van) stole. If you drive a F-250 or 350, you my sir are f*%ked. Good luck.

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