La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio The Dominion

25042 IH-10 West, San Antonio, Texas, 78257, United States
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To rent a car in San Antonio

by alberto07

My wife and 2 kids will be spending Thanksgiving week in San Antonio by the riverwalk. Do we need to rent a car. Is the area teenage friendly? How safe it is at nigth. Is a week to long?
Please help

RE: To rent a car in San Antonio

by mccalpin

1. "Do we need to rent a car." You don't for the riverwalk or the immediate downtown area, but you're staying for a week? You'll want a car for sure to go visit other things (like the mission tour and the Mercado).

2. "Is the area teenage friendly?" Well, there are stretches of bars and restaurants and shops along the riverwalk; I suppose this would be interesting for a while, but only for a while. The Alamo is in walking distance, as I recall (but I drove there so my memory's a bit hazy).

3. "How safe it is at nigth" In the riverwalk area itself where all the people are, it's safe enough. I don't know about dark, empty downtown streets nearby.

4. "Is a week to long?" Yes, unless you have plans to take the car and do other stuff, as I noted above.

Oh, I guess there is a Sea World in SA (isn't there?) and other similar parks. But I vaguely remember these being on the edge of town, not in the center.

Bill

RE: To rent a car in San Antonio

by hawkhead

There's also the excellent Institute of Texan Cultures.

RE: To rent a car in San Antonio

by julietta_80

I feel much more comfortable when i have a car,more independent. I haven't been in San Atonio yet, but i always use www.travel-park.com for planning my trips, including car rental services. i can say only positive things bout them, i never had prolems with the cars i rented. It's an extra stress to wait for a taxi, to wonder how much will you pay for it. .

Travel Tips for San Antonio

Riverwalk Murals

by ATXtraveler

One of the beautiful things about San Antonio’s Riverwalk area are the various murals that can be found on a lot of the trails. A lot of time and effort has clearly gone into these beautiful artistic representations of the city, and the historical events of this town are recorded here. In this particular mural, you can see the six flags over Texas, the modern look of the city, its history with the Alamo and other missions, and of course the Riverwalk itself which binds most of these elements together.

Moses Austin

by Yaqui

The statue is dedicated to Moses Austin on the NW corner near City Hall in the center of Military Plaza. Sculpture by Waldine Tauch.

Moses Austin tried to start a new life since he lost his family fortune during the war of 1812. He tried to desperately to get empresarial grant in Spanish Texas. Then Governor Antonio Maria Martinez denied him and asked him to leave. While leaving he met up with Felipe Enrique Neri, Baron de Bastrop. He was sympathy to Austin’s’ plan to bring back colonist and then convinced the governor to listen to Moses request. Yet, sadly Moses while traveling back home to bring back his family and 300 other colonist, he was attacked by highwaymen and beaten badly. Although, left for dead, he survived enough to get home and while he was dying, requested to his son Stephen Fuller Austin to keep his dream alive.

Buckhorn Restaurant & Cafe

by Maria250 about Perfect for a feeling of the Old West

Chili Burger, very yummy, very rich, very stuffing, just great food! Ice Tea.

"When the restaurant opened March 31, 2001, soups, salads and sandwiches were the choices to order.

Now under new management, the eatery offers a fuller menu, with daily specials, like smoked prime rib. Served from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Every meal is down-home cooking made from scratch.

"We patty up our hamburgers, hand-batter our chicken fried steak, and use real mashed potatoes," says Co-General Manager Mike McElreath. He can also put together a vegetable plate..."

When in Texas...

by rsleisk about Rudy's Barbeque

When in Texas you have to eat some barbeque and there is no better place to eat it at then the relaxed atmosphere of Rudy's. Their barbeque sauce is the best as far as I'm concerned.

In Texas we have this barbeque favorite called Brisket, which other areas of the USA seem to not know about as I recall a trip to Georgia.

At Rudy's you order by the ounces like at a deli or a butcher. You can even fill up your gas tank at the restaurant after eating of course. Brisket and peach cobbler.

The Alamo

by bct341

On the east side of Alamo Plaza is the most famous spot in Texas where 189 defenders fell on March 6, 1836, after repeated attacks by Mexican General Santa Anna’s army. Mission San Antonio de Valero (The Alamo) was established in 1718 as the city’s first mission. The chapel, one of the most photographed facades in the nation, and the Long Barracks are all that remain of the original fort. Long Barracks Museum and Library are near the chapel. The museum contains relics and mementos from the Republic of Texas and offers narration on the fall of the Alamo. The Alamo is located in the heart of the city, inside beautifully landscaped grounds.

Hours: 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday; 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Sunday. Closed December 24 and 25. Restricted hours March 6.General admission: donations accepted.

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Address: 25042 IH-10 West, San Antonio, Texas, 78257, United States