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Las mejores actividades en San Antonio

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“Kid friendly Places to visit on the Broadway Cultural Corridor, featuring the Zoo, Brackenridge Park, the Witte Museum with it's new and impressive dinosaur exhibit, and the Doseum, the outstanding Children's Museum, that the entire family would enjoy. Brackenridge Park is family friendly and attractions include the Brackenridge Eagle miniature train, San Antonio Zoo, Japanese Tea Gardens, Sunken Garden Theater, jogging trails, public art, playgrounds, pavilions and athletic fields. ”
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Restaurante mexicano
“Rosario's is our favorite Mexican restaurant in all of San Antonio. It's a little bit of a drive but totally worth it! ”
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“A great place to find trinkets and such for family and friends back home. Mexican imports, clothing, tile, and great food! Mi Tierra is a Legacy Business in San Antonio and is a must see for the great food and authentic San Antonio vibe.”
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“Mi Tierra is a good Tex Mexican restaurant (honestly not the best one in town but still good and popular). It is open 24/7, 365 days a year. This is a good really late night spot or if you're just interested in checking out Market square.”
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“I love this place! This is what America is all about! Really fun place all around it for families and nightlife. Take a picture or selfie there to say you were there! :) Can uber/lyft there around $12-14”
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Jardín cervecero
“A def San Antonio hangout...grab a beer, watch a game, whatever! They’ve got tons on tap! Including margaritas, G&Ts, and Sangria (one of the nations first to have them on tap!) A great place for families too!”
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“The Rim and La Cantera are two separate shopping centers located near I-10 and Loop 1604 on the Northwest Side, near Government Canyon hiking area. All kinds of shopping, movies, bars, restaurants, and anything you want of a shopping center. ”
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“Anytime during the day during the week is a great time to visit the Alamo its a must have picture to prove you were in San Antonio”
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Nature Preserve
“Cavern Tours, zip lines, ropes course, and a maze. We don't go often, but we always have a TON of fun when we do. Can get super busy! We always go right when it opens to avoid the crowds!”
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“Visit and see historical missions which date back to the 1700's which where involved in the Texas Revolution. Take a day, enjoy the weather and learn about the history of San Antonio.”
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“Everything is here. Music, food, drinks, and plenty of shopping during the day time. This is a full outdoor shopping mall with entertainment and food around it.”
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Centro comercial
“Decent size mall, 3 stories I think, with direct access to the popular San Antonio river walk. The boat tour is around $10-15.”
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Bar de cocteles
“Perfect rooftop view of the city. Awesome drinks. Get there before 7pm and the whole place is yours!”
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“We have seen many great shows here! Never been disappointed. We like to go early to secure good parking, also a good excuse to have a nice dinner before the show.”
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“Excellent all around spot for a bite to eat or some of the best coffee in the city. Our top choice! ”
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“This is a wonderful restaurant, a bit on the pricey side, but worth it! Be sure to make reservations.”
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