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Executive Downtown San Antonio Segway Tour
"Tour starts off with a brief training session at our store across from the Alamo Plaza area behind the San Antonio Visitor's information center. A guide will demonstrate how to operate a Segway and give safety tips to all riders before having each r home to the San Fernando Cathedral and the Bexar county court house among other municipal buildings.    From here the route goes into La Villita a historic arts village. La Villita is home to a unique outdoor theater the Arneson which overlooks the riverwalk. Many unique shops and structures are located in La Villita which is the site of various festivals throughout the year. Across the street is Hemisfair Park
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Executive Downtown San Antonio Segway Tour
"Tour starts off with a brief training session at our store across from the Alamo Plaza area behind the San Antonio Visitor's information center. A guide will demonstrate how to operate a Segway and give safety tips to all riders before having each r home to the San Fernando Cathedral and the Bexar county court house among other municipal buildings.    From here the route goes into La Villita a historic arts village. La Villita is home to a unique outdoor theater the Arneson which overlooks the riverwalk. Many unique shops and structures are located in La Villita which is the site of various festivals throughout the year. Across the street is Hemisfair Park
From $62.00
 
San Antonio River Walk Cruise Hop-On Hop-Off Tour and The Battle For Texas Show
"Step aboard a River Walk boat cruise for an exciting and entertaining narrative of the rich history of the San Antonio River! Cruises are about 35 minutes long and cover one and a half miles of the beautiful San Antonio River Walk. In addition you'll love the unique hop-on hop-off tour included in this package. Starting out in Alamo Plaza you'll enjoy a double decker view of the beautiful Alamo. From there you'll head north towards the San Antonio Museum of Art the Pearl Brewery Complex and much more.You are free to get off and explore at any of the 18 stops. If you do just go back to where you were dropped off and wait for the next bus which arrives every 20 minutes. Battle for Texas: The Experience guests will journey back in time as they experience the daily lives of early Texas settlers
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There are various reasons you may head South when you leave Dallas. Most people want to do the Texas trifecta, heading from the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, south through Austin to San Antonio. On...
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My brother and his two roommates flew into Houston from NYC and after lunch we drove by this house on the way to their hotel in the Galleria area. The house is located just off Memorial at 222 Malone....
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Bexar County Courhouse

This Courthouse is quite unique and beautiful, this sandstone building was erected in the 1890's and is typical of Texas Government buildings of the era. It is still the working courthouse for the...
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Lakes & Water

Just about 10 miles south of Austin you'll find the beautiful crystal clear river in San Marcos "Rio Vista Falls" Because it is spring fed it has a constant year round water temperature of about 76...
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Prairie House & Liberty Building

When we got to the end of College Street, I took a picture of the house at 902 College (#12) on the north side of the street. There were supposed to be two houses here - one at 905 and one at 907...
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I decided to walk from West Village to Mansion on Turtle Creek. Tell you the truth I didn't see anything interesting about Mansion; however, I discovered nice park area along the creek with tall...
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"Life is suffering" is one of the premises of Buddhism, but escape the hustle and bustle of Houston by visiting the Jade Buddha Temple. Built in 1989 and situated in SW Houston, this Temple serves the...
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San Antonio Municipal Auditorium

This city building has quite unique architecture. It was originally built in a Spanish revival style in 1926 and was renovated in 1985 and is known as the Tobin center for the performing arts. It is...
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Parks & Hiking

McKinney Falls State Park has replaced the Zilker Botanical Gardens as my new absolute favorite spot in Austin. Oh my gosh, this place is amazing. There are really cool geological features here, but...
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Old Baptist Church (March 1902)

The Baptist Church in Montgomery was organized 28 December 1850 with 11 charter members. This building at 301 Pond Street served as their place of worship for 77 years from its completion in March...
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You read about, see and utilize the products...the pink cars are everywhere, so when visiting Dallas, why not stop by the headquarters facility and visit the offices of Mary Kay. The building is...
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Day Trip

I visited some friends at Sugar Land while it was in the middle of celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2009! The official celebration started in January at the State of the City event with the...
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Guadalupe Cultural Center

This small art center of hispanic art is west of downtown at 1300 Guadalupe. It houses temporary art exhibits from local Hispanic artists along with a theater for cultural performances and educational...
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Weird Austin

Tungsten Coil * Austin, Texas Tungsten Coil Live at the Elysium 4/27/2007, Austin, Texas Rock * Electronica * Trance. Visiting this fabulous fusion of industrial, synthcore rock and dance rhythms at...
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Top Things to Do in Texas

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Fair Park

This park, the sight of the annual Texas State Fair, also hosts a number of year round attractions. Including an Aquarium, Butterfly gardens and other event centers. Definitely a Dallas must see year...
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NASA Johnson Space Center

Got my family in no charge with military ID but I would have gladly paid after what I saw inside. Seeing where the astronauts train was awsome, but not as awesome as going to the viewing area where...
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El Mercado - Market Square

Market Square is a huge indoor and outdoor traditional and historic shopping district in San Antonio, Texas. The district is the largest Mexican shopping center in the city. It is called El Mercado by...
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Statesman Bat Observation Center

There are approximately 1.5 million Mexican Free-Tail Bats (not my count someone else's) that call the underside of the Governor Ann B. Richards Bridge their home. This is one of the largest urban...
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Stockyards Historic District

I wish I would have allowed more time to spend in the National Historic District of Fort Worth Stockyards because there was so much to see and do and a real look at what old western USA life and times...
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Crossing into Mexico

Having just one night to spend in El Paso, I was keen to see the border crossing over to Mexico. I woke early on the Sunday morning and took a walk from the Camino Real down S Santa Fe Street about 9...
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