- Sea World
* I live about a mile from it, way better amusement park than Fiesta Texas.
* 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
- 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