Candlewood Suites San Antonio N - Stone Oak Area

21103 Encino Commons Blvd, San Antonio, Texas, 78259, United States
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McNay Art Museum

by rsleisk

This is the first modern art museum in Texas. Located in and on the grounds of a 23 arce 1920's Spanish revival mansion. Some of the world's greatist artists are featured here like Rodin, Hopper, Cézanne, Picasso, Gauguin, Matisse, O'Keeffe.

There is also a great collection of early German religious themed paintings. The grounds are beautiful with ponds and sculptures.

The Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum
6000 North New Braunfels
San Antonio, Texas 78209
information@mcnayart.org

Rita's on the River

by Ewingjr98

Rita's is one of several spots along the river that we stopped just to get off our tired feet and grab a drink. After about a day in the city, we hadn't yet tried a local margarita, so I had my eyes peeled for the right spot. What more could a man ask for during a margarita drought than a place called Rita's? We stopped in for just 45 minutes or so...enough time to try a top-shelf house margarita, see the nightly live entertainment, and smell the overpoweringly disgusting bathroom odor that permeates the underpass between the inner courtyard and the Riverwalk.

In total: Good margaritas, horrible smell.

Room With A View

by LovesherFirebird about Tower of the America's

The Tower is a nice place to eat and see San Antonio. Located at the top of the Tower of the America's it is about 550 feet up. Encircled in tinted glass the panoramic view is fabulous. Revolving slowly allows for a good look at the whole city. Bring your binoculars. The observatory is located right below the dining room with a convenient elevator to take you there. You will enjoy a quiet atmosphere with real table linens and napkins. None of that paper stuff. Good crystal and silver. You won't find any plastic ware or chrome napkin holders on your table. A true pleasure these days!! The menu is continental so, there seems to be something for everyone. I found the chef salad particularly good. They also carry a fine selection of wines to choose from.

Tour The Alamo

by VeronicaG

We were in our glory to finally be able to see The Alamo. The Mision San Antonio de Valero (1718)--later known as the Alamo-- was the first of five missions constructed in the early 1700's in an area first claimed by Spain. The mission was home to Spanish missionaries and their Native Indian converts for twenty years, then later used by a Spanish calvary unit in the early 1800's.

Today the Alamo comprises a little over four acres and is the top tourist attraction in Texas. Thousands flock here each year to see where a small number of Texian and Tejano's held out for thirteen days against an overwhelming force of Mexican soldiers led by General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna.

From what I've read, the Texas Revolution began when the government reneged on an agreement allowing settlers from outside this territory to occupy the land. Efforts were made to push them out and the settlers rebelled. Ben Milam in 1835 led Texian and Tejano volunteers against Mexican troops stationed in San Antonio. After searching the town and fighting house to house, General Martin Perfecto de Cos and his soldiers were forced to surrender.

This defeat could not be tolerated, so in 1836 Santa Anna surprised the patriots at the Alamo. Commander William Travis pleaded for help to the surrounding communities of Texas, but only 32 volunteers from Gonzales arrived--bringing the total force to less than 200.

The thirteen day siege ended in a massacre of the Texian and Tejano holdouts. Santa Anna eventually was defeated himself in April 1836.

There is no charge for admission. Hours are Mon.-Sat. 9am-5:30 pm; Sun. 10am-5:30 pm. Open daily except on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. A large gift shop has many souvenirs plus a postage machine for your postcards--you can mail your cards/letters and have them postmarked from the ALAMO.

San Japan

by Teamfast

Since 2007,San Antonio has been the host of a local convention called "San Japan" and in the three years around,it's slowly growing in attendance. From 3528 in San Japan 1.5 to 5049 at the recent San Japan :3. What makes it stand out from any other convention is that it's small but exciting,and it gives that warm "feels like home" feeling that you dont get at any other convention like A-Kon or Ikkicon.

If you love anime,then San Japan is your place to check out,the next one is on August 5-7 2011. If you're not as big of a fan,check it out anyway,you'll get to enjoy the intercultural mix between America, Japanese and Mexican arts.

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