The Resort At Schlitterbahn

Address: 305 West Austin Street, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130, United States | Resort
 
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This resort, located on 305 West Austin Street, New Braunfels, is near Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort, Landa Park, Comal River, and McKenna Children's Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Resort At Schlitterbahn New Braunfels

    Reviewed by sam.pinsak

    Family Fun

    Reviewed Aug 3, 2014
    by (1 review) Camarillo, California , United States Flag of United States

    We stayed in a townhouse type place overlooking the river behind the resort. The accommodations were pristine and the scenery was beautiful!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Resort At Schlitterbahn New Braunfels

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from New Braunfels

    Lunch

    A travel blog entry by jumpetr3506 on Aug 07, 2015

    ... was right at lunchtime . Fairly large dining area inside and al fresco with a nice view of the river. Everyone's casually dressed and very laid back, very at ease atmosphere. Sonya arrives looking great as usual. Smiling,excited,eager and hungry all in one. We get seated and order lemonade,really good stuff,and she tells me what she's ordered in her previous visits. I study the menu and choose something not on the menu! Chicken enchiladas with mołe sauce on top. ...

    San Antonio

    A travel blog entry by jenny.cogbill on Aug 07, 2015

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    6th-7th August Not a great deal to talk about after yesterday as it was a driving day, we drove from New Mexico into Texas, and drove down to San Antonio, a fairly uneventful drive. When we arrived we put up tents and then most people went to enjoy the pool, which was lovely. I have decided I don't know how people survive here, the humidity and the heat are unbelievable! Then Marie and I went into San Antonio to have a look round the river walk, ...

    San Antonio

    A travel blog entry by nizlopi on Mar 24, 2011

    ... that Americans were clearly fascinated by their past, and yet put up, and must financially support, a venture as sordid as Ripley's.
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    Remember the Alamo!

    A travel blog entry by cobra1899 on Feb 15, 2008

    Why am I in San Antonio? I'm supposed to be in Corpus Christi. I have two possibilities. 1-What I am thinking is created and the events happen to fulfill those thoughts. 2-My Journey is pre-determined and my thoughts occur prior to the event happening so that the event may occur. Now which possibility created this reality? I know I'm behind on some blogs and have some blanks to fill in but the internet at the campground ...

    San Antonio

    A travel blog entry by miramar1 on Oct 15, 2007

    ... a private tour.

    After getting out of the heat and sun and enjoying a tour of the Steves House, I walked back to HemisFair Park and the Institute of Texan Cultures museum. The museum took me about 1.5hrs to get through, but if I had taken the time to read every sign board on every exhibit section, it would have taken longer. Basically, the museum is focused on all the different cultures that have contributed to Texas and it’s history.

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