Fairfield Inn And Suites By Marriott San Antonio Downtown Market Square

620 South Santa Rosa, San Antonio, Texas, 78204, United States
Fairfield Inn San Antonio Downtown/Market Square
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unique and fun things to do

by mattandmandy

My husband and I thinking of going to San Antonio this weekend. Being native Texans we have been many, many times already. However, we have only ever done the same old things (riverwalk, The Alamo...etc). I'm looking for other suggestions of things that we may have never done before... Any ideas will help!! Thanks!

Re: unique and fun things to do

by ridermirv

If your looking for historic sites and such, you can take the mission trail and see all of the old Spanish missions that were built along the San Antonio river. The Alamo is the one farthest north, and 4 other missions are south of there.

Another fun thing to do is go to the drive-in movie. The Mission 4 drive-in is at 3100 Roosevelt Ave. near the mission San Jose.

There are tons of small, privately owned restaurants all over town that are more authentic, and much better than anything you'll find downtown. Just get out and explore.

If you want a change of pace for night life, St. Mary's St. is a hip entertainment district with many different bars.

Have fun,

Marc

Re: unique and fun things to do

by OiKnow

I second the Mission Trail as a great option to see a very authentic corner of Texas history.

David

Re: unique and fun things to do

by TheWanderingCamel

Visit the Spanish Governor's House (near the Cathedral)- it's charming. Mission San Jose has a Mariachi Mass at 12 on Sunday - great singing and music.
The Botanic Gardens are beautiful, well worth a visit.
leyle

Travel Tips for San Antonio

Visit the Alamo. Whilst very...

by PESH

Visit the Alamo. Whilst very popular with tourists, it is still full of atmosphere. The visitor centre can be packed, but has interesting models showing what happened. It is worth reading up a little - a key part of Texas history. The riverwalk follows the river an canals in the heart of downtown San Antonio. It is a cool and peaceful way to get about town during the day. Alternatively, take one of the river boats to see the city from the water. In the evenings, the central riverwalk is lined with restaurants and bars. It is great to sit out and watch the people going by with a beer in your hand.

Henry B Gonzalez Convention Center

by msbrandysue

Well, I thought I would post pictures of the Convention Center as I've come here many times for the bigger conventions in San Antonio. The biggest one being TMEA, or Texas Music Educators Association. Since a lot of people visit San Antonio for business first, the convention center and connecting hotels are right on the River Walk! So, when it's time for sightseeing, dinner, or a drink after the seminars it's right there.

Just some fun information from the website:
-The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center (HBGCC) plays host to more than 450 events each year with over 750,000 convention delegates from around the world.
-The HBGCC once built as part of the 1968 HemisFair is but a memory as it has expanded into a beautifully decorated and spacious facility.
-The HBGCC spans an impressive 1.3 million square feet to include 63 meeting rooms, 3 beautiful ballrooms, 4 exhibit halls with a contiguous space of approximately 440,000 sq. ft. and 7 registration areas.
-The HBGCC complex also features the Lila Cockrell Theatre, a 2,521-seat Performing Arts Theatre.

Something Different

by Sweetberry1

Ever thought about seeing the sites on horseback? Well, when I came across this gorgeous Palamino, parked right in front of one of the stores.. I just couldn't resist...
Had to get a hand to heave me up, but once there, I felt right at home.. ;-)

Fav. Breakfast Taco

by ChartIt about Rita's Fiesta Cafe

This is a local spot, normally super busy. But they have a wonderful friendly atmosphere and sometimes this woman singing Spanish versions of disney songs to her laptop. The food is hot, quick, cheap, the service is very friendly. The restraunt is filled with Macaw Parrot decor. I normally only go for the breakfast tacos which are inexpensive when you consider their size. But the service is quick, though I have had an order be missunderstood and I eneded up with double the amount of food I wanted. Though it was nice that day as I was driving home for the summer and wasnt hungry until I reached OK! They do serve lunch and dinner. I love their potato, egg, and cheese breakfast taco. You only need one unless you are super super hungry. One taco fills up half the 12 inch plate.

Not just the Alamo!

by VianneR

If you want to have a better feel for what the Alamo was like you should see the other missions. Especially the Mission San Jose, it is the only one that was fully restored. Please refer to the travelogues.

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 Fairfield Inn And Suites By Marriott San Antonio Downtown Market Square

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Address: 620 South Santa Rosa, San Antonio, Texas, 78204, United States