Comfort Suites Stone Oak

1754 N. Loop 1604 East, (formerly Comfort Suites San Antonio), San Antonio, Texas, 78232, United Sta
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sea world trip?

by drsaahil_p

I am planning a trip down to Sea World at San antanio next week for 3-4 days with three other friends. I am new in Texas, and not aquainted with the driving directions, i will be driving down from wichita falls to san antanio. I would like to see most of the park and enjoy all the shows and rides. Can anyone suggest me, how do i plan my trip, when to begin from wichita falls (i may take 7-8 hrs to drive down with a few stops), where do i lodge in (some cheaper accomodation), any other places to see, do's and don'ts at the park, how do i manage my time, etc.

Thank You
Sajjad

Re: sea world trip?

by hoofhearted

Hey Sajjad,

Welcome to Texas...Sea World is on the far West side of San Antonio, and there are a few lodging options there. The Hyatt (expensive) and the Radisson (reasonable) are the closest to Sea World. There are a few other limited service hotels (Best Western and La Quinta) that are cheaper and close to the park, too. Coming from Wichita Falls, you will see directions to Sea World on Loop 1604 West. That will take you around the downtown area, missing a lot of traffic, and straight over to SW.

Sea World is probably good for one full day of fun. You have to see the Shamu "Killer Whale" Show, and if you like rollercoasters, there are a few great ones. There is also a small waterpark to cool off, get to the park early and plan on staying all day. You should check out their website for hours and ticket info.

After that, there is a lot to see in downtown San Antonio (Riverwalk, Alamo, Market Square). Enjoy!

Travel Tips for San Antonio

San Antonio's City Hall

by VeronicaG

I think San Antonio's City Hall is an impressive structure! I guess it should be since the city is the 7th largest in the United States as of 2005. It's population has doubled in 35 years and has a 58% Hispanic population.

Twenty million tourists come to San Antonio every year...most popular sight: THE ALAMO! This city also has the distinction of having been awarded the All-America City Award: Hall of Fame. It joins many other U.S. cities to have received this title.

The population is nearly 281,000 and the city has elected a democratic mayor.

Emily Morgan Hotel

by Yaqui


Know as the grand dame of San Antonio, it is just a hop and skip away from the Riverwalk and just across the street from the historical Alamo. Built 1924 by J.M. Nix and first known as the Medical Arts Building costing 1.5 million to build. It was designed to accommodate at least 100 doctors and office space for 400. Designed by Architect Ralph Cameron with gothic architecture, she still echoes the luxury of the past and present day in hotels amenities. She is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as contributing to the Alamo Plaza Historic District.

Folklore is Santa Anna did not respond the Texas Charge since he was supposedly being entertained in his tent during siesta time by Emily Wells, a 20-year-old mulatto girl. Emily had come from New York and was indentured servant to Colonel James Morgan. The song The Yellow Rose of Texas was supposedly written for her, but who knows!

There's a yellow rose in Texas
That I am going to see
No other darky (sic) knows her
No one only me
She cried (sic) so when I left her
It like to broke my heart
And if I ever find her
We nevermore will part.

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Via San Antonio

by ATXtraveler

In the downtown area, you will have the option of taking the VIA San Antonio's famous street cars. This is part of the overall transit bus system in San Antonio, but in particular the downtown area is serviced by these hop-on, hop-off streetcars. If you are not going to be navigating around the Riverwalk area, this is likely your best bet.

The streetcars arrive at every trolley stop every 10 minutes, so you will not be waiting very long!

A one-day all access pass is available for $3.75 as of September 2008, so enjoy the ride!

Locations all over downtown San Antonio.

Fares Full Reduced
Regular Bus & Streetcar $1.00 $.50
Express Bus Service $2.00 $1.00
First Transfer Slip Free!
Additional Transfers $.15 $.07
VIATrans Service $1.50
VIATrans Child $.75
Special Events Service $2.00 $1.00
Vanpool Service See pricing schedule
Starlight Service $5.50 $2.75

The Original

by ATXtraveler about The Original Mexican Restaurant and Bar

It is almost impossible to think that you would go to San Antonio and not experience the joy of eating that is Tex-Mex. Then when this comes into your consideration, you would obviously want to choose the original, on which all other restaurants were based. I am not totally sure if this Original Mexican Restaurant is truly an original, but I can tell you they make one of the best plates of food to be found in San Antonio. This location can be found on the Riverwalk, and has both indoor and outdoor seating available. We were able to sit outside on a beautiful corner table, so the people watching was just as good as the chips and salsa!
Portions here were very ample, so I would recommend ordering one entrée for two people and possibly adding a bowl of guacamole or queso to complete the meal. I would highly recommend the Chimichanga, which was prepared different to my past run-ins with this Mexican food staple. Rather than choosing between beef and chicken, this chimi comes with both! It was a delightful mixture, and was complimented perfectly with the refried beans and rice on the plate. Sarah and I actually shared this portion because it was so large, and because we wanted to taste the guacamole appetizer as well.

The Alamo!

by sue&gene

A trip to San Antonio without a visit to the Alamo ... unheard of! The picture I have included was made in 1993 when we visited the Alamo with our exchange student from Czechoslovakia (he was with us the year his country became 2 separate countries). Since he lived in Texas for a year we felt he should be introduced to its symbol of freedom.
The Alamo is open every day of the year except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Our hours are 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM Monday through Saturday, and 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM on Sunday.

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 Comfort Suites Stone Oak

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Address: 1754 N. Loop 1604 East, (formerly Comfort Suites San Antonio), San Antonio, Texas, 78232, United Sta