First Timer's Guide To San Antonio

First Timer's Guide To San Antonio

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You're in San Antonio for the first time ever. You've got 72 hours and an appetite for everything. Where do you start? Here's the answer.

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    The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo established the Hall of Fame in 1998 to recognize those individuals who have made extraordinary contributions and continually supported the organization's mission. -- Joel Valdez via Foursquare
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    Muy lindo. La iglesia muy bella -- Félix Antonio Méndez Bravo via Foursquare
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    Though many of the exhibits are fairly old, the Witte Museum is worth the visit for the beautiful treehouse in the back and its gardens, both of which border the San Antonio river. -- Social News Network via Foursquare
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    Very nice museum! The atmosphere is great and they have wonderful exhibits! Students also get in half off. And you can take nice wedding or quinceanera pictures on the grounds outside. -- Hilda Lopez via Foursquare
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    A walkable neighborhood - Brown Coffee, Deco Pizza, and Koffee Kup are great for a stroll. And now Woodlawn Lake has outdoor gym equipment too. -- Bibliosopher via Foursquare
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    Stocked with Rainbow Trout or Catfish every two weeks for beginners and city-fishers! -- Jennifer Longoria via Foursquare
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    Local craft beers on tap and the best old fashioned root beer in a keg for everyone! Food service 11-3 so plan accordingly. Can take drinks into museum. Great pulled pork and fried catfish w/colslaw. -- Tamara Jack via Foursquare
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    Check out the newly renovated Chapel. Really a cool place for pictures right outside the chapel. Farthest mission from the Alamo and downtown. -- John Hankus via Foursquare
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    Zoned as the state's first historic district, in the late 1800's this 25-block area near downtown was settled by prominent German merchants and was the most elegant residential area in the city. -- Joel Valdez via Foursquare
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    Established along the banks of the San Antonio River in 1731, Mission San Juan Capistrano offered a rich farm and pasture land, which helped support the missions and local settlements. -- Visit San Antonio via Foursquare
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    This year we are commemorating the 180th Anniversary of the Battle of the Alamo, a defining moment in our nation's history. The Alamo Mission is a fantastic place to experience authentic history. -- Visit San Antonio via Foursquare
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    love the new renovations -- Jennifer Sanchez via Foursquare
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