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Austin Capitol Segway Tour
"This capitol tour is led by an enthusiastic Austin guide that will be prepared to make your experience memorable. Your trip begins with an orientation of the tour and the segway human transporter you will ride to explore the city. After training you will be off riding single file or two-by-two around Austin. Your first stop will be the Driskill Hotel where you will get to walk around the interior investigating ghost stories relayed to you by the front desk staff. Your adventure will continue up to the Capitol where you will be delighted with interesting and historical information about Austin. Your s and your guide aims to make it the best tour you have taken in your life!""""This Segway adventure will include historical information about Austin with a focus on the State Capitol of Texas 6th Street
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Austin Street Art Segway Tour
"You will meet your guide in downtown Austin and go through a safety orientation and individualized training on the segway before leaving for your street art tour of the city. Then you'll take in the sights of the Capitol and explore the area of t you'll journey down one of Austin's busiest roads Congress Avenue as you stop to take in the Austin Street Guitars constructed to show a blend of the art community and the city's status as Live Music Capital of the World.You'll also explore the hip 2nd Street area and say hi to Willie Nelson himself as you pass by his statute in front of the Moody Theater home to ACL TV! Finally the big stop will be at the Hope Outdoor Art Gallery Texas' largest outdoor graffiti wall. Started with help from famed NYC artists
From $65.00
 
San Antonio Explorer Pass
"This is flexible and affordable sightseeing at its finest! Valid for 30 days from the first day of first use the San Antonio Explorer Pass lets you customize your itinerary and discover key San Antonio sights at your own pace. Your San Antonio Explorer Pass comes with an included guidebook to choose the three or five activities that interest you most! The pass and many featured attractions include skip-the-line entry. The guidebook you'll receive details attraction descriptions hours of operation directions and maps. Once you've chosen your three or five attractions access to them is easy — simply swipe your pass at designated ticketing areas and enjoy!  See below Itinerary for a full list of included attractions and tours including additional savings."
From $89.00

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Drive your Car

San Marcos is located south of Austin and north of San Antonio in Texas. Most of the activities in San Marcos are spread out, and with the exception of student transportation, the public system is not...
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A vehicle is the best way to...

A vehicle is the best way to travel to San Marcos. We are right on I-H 35. Major airports are in Austin, 30 miles away, and San Antonio, 45 miles away.Again, a car is the best way to get around San...
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Austin Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)

The closest airport to San Marcos is located in Austin and is a 45 minute drive or so from town. Austin is served by most of the main US carriers, and its airport code is AUS.
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San Marcos River

The town got its name from the San Marcos River which got its name because it was discovered on the day of the Catholic Feast of St Mark. The river starts at large natural spring and flows through...
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Aquarena Springs

The old Aquarena Springs on Spring Lake that boasted beautifully manicured & landscaped grounds with a well managed program that controlled non-native plant growth in the lake is history. The Texas...
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Historic District

Another historic district of interest, especially to music lovers, is the Durham District. The district is named after Eddie Durham (father and son) who were both well-known jazz musicians. The...
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Hays County Courthouse

San Marcos is a fast growing small city of about 50,000 (up 44% since 2000) located along Interstate 35 in Hays County a short distance southwest of the capitol Austin. San Marcos has been named both...
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Southwest Texas State University

Texas State University was established in 1899 as the Southwest Texas State Normal School to instruct students to become teachers. One of the most famous students here was Lyndon B. Johnson who would...
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Blanco River

A nice park on the Blanco River during the week. There are only a few choice spots right on the water with trees for shade and easy access to the water. Get there early to score a spot! Beware the...
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"Oldest Inhabited Spot in Northern Hemisphere?"
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"Keeweechic's San Marcos"
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"San Marcos"
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