Howard Johnson Inn & Suites San Antonio

6815 Highway 90 West, San Antonio, Texas, 78227, United States
Days Inn San Antonio/Near Lackland AFB
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Christmas in San Antonio!

by SandiM

Flights are hot to San Antonio from Canada so I am lugging my mother and I down to Texas to enjoy 3 nights at the Comfort Suites. In the 2 days we're there, what can we enjoy? We want to know info on the boats down the riverwalk, and is the hopper ticket still in service at Christmas? We're there for the 26th and 27th. Also, where is the nearest mall we can (easily get to) shop at? I need to pick up my usual couple o' 12-paks diet cherry pepsi to bring back (we can't get it up here). Also, is it hot enough for a bathing suit? Our hotel has a lovely pool...

Re: Christmas in San Antonio!

by bocmaxima

Which Comfort Suites are you staying at? The one "at" the Riverwalk?
Will you be renting a car?

Unless your hotel has an indoor pool, there will likely be no reason for a bathing suit. Texas gets some odd weather in late December sometimes, but it's generally chilly and, at most, will get into the mid-20's (C), which is somewhat rare, and will not be warm enough to heat up an outdoor pool enough to swim in.

Re: Christmas in San Antonio!

by SandiM

oh, darn. ok that's an eye-opener. I'll be sure to check the temps before I fly down. Good to know. thanks!

Travel Tips for San Antonio

Sunday houses

by TheWanderingCamel

I fell in love with these little houses - not actually in San Antonio, but in Fredericksburg, about 50 miles outside San Antonio - an easy day trip.

We were spending the day in the Texas Hill Country and stopped for lunch in Fredericksburg and to have a look at the Pioneer Museum .

Fredericksburg was founded by German farmers back in the 19th century. Living out on their farms but with the church in town, the houses gave families somewhere of their own to stay when they came in to town on Saturday to be ready for the Sabbath - a day of rest - and long hours in church. The houses are tiny, most were no more than a kitchen/living room downstairs, a single bedroom upstairs where the whole family slept, and an outside ladder or staircase for access. About 30 remain, some are now shops, others have been enlarged but all are very much prized.

I'd love a little Sunday House - my own wee bolt hole - and if it was as cute as these ones are, I might well feel inclined not move back home come Monday. Failing that, I could stay in one next time I visit Fredericksburg, a few Sunday houses have become B&Bs

OLD TUNNEL

by mtncorg

About fifteen miles south of the town of Fredericksburg along the Old US 87 Road is the Old Tunnel Wildlife Management Area, home to about five million Mexican free-tailed bats and 3000 cave myotis bats. Two viewing areas are provided for visitors to watch the bats which come out at sunset during the warmer months - May to October. The upper area is free of charge for viewing, much like the Congress Street Bridge in Austin. There is a half-mile trail that takes you down from the upper observation area to the old rail bed from where you can look into the tunnel that was originally used by the Fredericksburg-San Antonio railroad. The trail also takes you to the lower observation area where the $5 fee also includes a program delving into both the rail history and more on bat biology. The lower area is limited to the first 70 people who show up from Thursday to Sunday evenings.

R&B and Jazz

by BellaMora about Club Studio -25 and Up

Great Jazz and happy hour buffet on Friday nights. Later on in the evening it's R&B and hip hop. Studio features some outstanding Jazz groups. Saturdays start off as old school R&B then migrate into the latest R&B and hip hop. Great spot Michael Ward has here in San Antonio. Ladies: Classy attire. Men must have nice shirts if they wear jeans. But slacks and suits are definitely appropriate. This is for grown folks. 25 and up.

It's a Jungle Out There

by starrlot about Rainforest Cafe

I have been to several Rainforest Cafe's and so far this is one of the best. It is comfortable and every seat gives you a different view of their animatronic animals. This time we were sat next to the aquarium with some very 'odd' looking fish that were entertaining. We even were able to see the elephants and a gorilla going off during the storm.

Service is excellent here and the food is good. Their drinks are good to top off your meal and served in fun glasses.

I wish their employee who walks around taking photos of your party would be a little more patient. She just came up and asked if we wanted a photo and once we said yes, done. So a few of us would rather never see the picture again.

They are located on the Riverwalk, so a taxi is the only way to get there as there is no parking close enough for someone who is disabled. They do an outside entrance on street level that leads to an elevator, so only one person must instruct the host/hostess to on the Riverwalk to let the disabled in.

Also, make reservations or your wait could be lengthy. Ask for the third floor which has the most activity. Mojo Bones

Tower of the Americas

by Martin_H

Easily found, the tower is in the middle of Hemisfair Park. The tower was built in 1968 (the year of the fair) and is 227m tall. When you get in the lift remeber to stand at the back (furthest from the doors) and face away from the doors. When the lift rises from it's below ground starting point you will have a wondeful view all the way up the outside of the tower. If you're scared of heights then stand near the door or maybe don't go up at all.
The view from the top is fantastic on a clear day then again,most days in Texas are clear.

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Address: 6815 Highway 90 West, San Antonio, Texas, 78227, United States