Hyatt Wild Oak Ranch

9700 West Military Drive, San Antonio, Texas, 78251, United States
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Travel Tips for San Antonio

Be prepared!

by ChartIt

The riverwalk is not luggage friendly! So do not bring your luggage and bags and go for a walk on it. Prepare for hot and cold/cool weather in the Spring and Fall. Even in Feburary the temperature can be in the mid-high 70s but crash at night into the 30s or 40s. So pack layers.

San Fernando Cathedral 275 yrs.

by Yaqui

The first stone was laid in 1738 making this the first parish in Texas and additions continued until 1974 being named the diocese by Pope Pius IX. Fifteen families of fifty five pioneers arrived in "La Villa de San Fernando" making Texas their new home. Thus from its simple beginnings it has become the center piece of the down town area of San Antonio and a steadfast reminder of where they come from. It’s been visited by Pope John Paul II, President Lyndon Johnson, and several other important figures. Today it manages 4,000 participants who attend masses, 900 baptism, 100 weddings, 70 funerals, and many other types of events or celebrations. I know for myself, I made a point to walk down to this area to catch a look at this wonderful gem that has held steadfast over time.

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(210) 227-1297
115 Main Plaza
San Antonio, Texas 78205 U.S.A.


by waxbush2004 about Mi Tierra

One of the oldest restaurants in San Antonio and one of the few open 24 - 7. Check out the murals on the walls, enjoy the mariachis. It's just plain good fun. Then after your meal browse El Mercado. Dinner: Chili relleno...not your cheesy chili relleno, but stuffed with beef, and light, not greasy; served with guacamole, cheese enchilada and Spanish rice and refried beans.
Breakfast:Chilaquiles...fresh tortillas and eggs, and tomato, yummy!


by doug48 about joe's crab shack

joe's crab shack is located on the river walk in the same building as the nerve ana night club. joe's is a chain restaurant owned by the same company as landry's. joe's crab shack offers good seafood at moderate prices. a good place to take the family for an inexpensive dinner on the river walk.

Follow the Mission trail

by TheWanderingCamel

The Alamo is a name that rings with history - the story of the stand to the death made by the heroes of 1836 is known around the world. What may not be so well known is that the Alamo started out, not as a fort, but a Mission, the first of group of five that were built in remarkably close proximity to each other through the early years of the 18th century by Spanish Franciscans who had moved north from Mexico to bring not only their religion to the native inhabitants of the region, but also to establish farms and ranches, schools, and vocational and trading centres.

Mission San Antonio de Valero (The Alamo) is to be found right in the heart of San Antonio. The others, Missions Concepción, San Jose, San Juan and Espada, are situated along a nine-mile stretch of the San Antonio River south of the city in what is now a national monument - the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.

Missions Concepción, San Jose and San Juan are connected by the 7 mile- long Mission Hike and Bike Trail (Mission Road). Visitors may drive, walk or bike along the trail. Mission Espada lies some 2 miles further south on Espada Road. The Hop-on/Hop-off trolley tour visits both Concepcion and San Jose - with 45 minutes between trolleys there is ample time to visit Concepcion between one trolley and the next, San Jose will need at least a two trolley stopover.


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 Hyatt Wild Oak Ranch

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Address: 9700 West Military Drive, San Antonio, Texas, 78251, United States