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Established in 1718 as Mission San Antonio de Valero, for over 300 years the former mission now known as the Alamo has been a crossroads of history. Having existed under six flags of independent nations and served as a garrison for five different...more
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I was able to get a hotel right next to the Riverwalk. This made the trip easy as no driving was necessary for my Wife and I to enjoy the weekend. It was fun and enjoyable. The hotel was great, clean and friendly. Great trip...More
A must see landmark if your visiting San Antonio Texas, tours available or you can browse on your own for free! Close walking distance to the River Walk, hotels, restaurants and other tourist attractions!
We came to San Antonio specifically to see the Alamo. While it is quite historical, there were too many places off limits due to construction. I'd call ahead to check. I would suggest to them to only take one small area at a time out...More
Not to be missed, Fort Alamo is the cradle of Texas. It’s a short visit since the mission church is so small, but the entire fort area is well worth a look and remember how a handful of Texians fought for their ideals.
The Alamo is a great historical site and worth the stop once. However the area is no longer what the old movies make it out to be. It is located directly in the downtown tourist area of San Antonio with wax museums, shirt shops and...More