Courtyard San Antonio Riverwalk
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard San Antonio Riverwalk
The front staff were great and accommodating. The rooms were nice and large (I had a small balcony, but the weather wasn't great to use it). It was easily accessible to the Riverwalk and to walk around.
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Just about an hour drive to Wimberley - we parked and walked around the square. There were many gift and antique shops, and a few art shops as well. It is a cute little town, not as big as Fredricksburg, and a little more "artsy". Then we headed to Blue Hole - I had heard about this swimming spot from some friends a while back, so we ...
Monday July 6
Just a short drive (on I-35, yuck) from Austin to San Antonio. Drove to the Days Inn Alamo/Riverwalk - yes it is run down, worse for wear, etc. but is clean, a decent price, and within walking distance of the Riverwalk! First order of business was a nap, then we readied to ride bikes. We rode over to the Visitors' Center to get a trail map, posed for a photo in front of the Alamo, got a free hug from a group of Seventh ...
This was a great group of guys and gals. We had Blue Knights, BYDS riders (Be Your Damn Self) and others. Mike Dutton of the Green Beret Foundation coordinated the ride with Antonio Halliburton of the BYDS riders. We all gathered, said a prayer to stay safe and hit the road for a 30 mile ride around northeast San Antonio to Willie's Grill and Ice House.
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