When you think of San Antonio, two things automatically come to mind: the Alamo and the River Walk. The River Walk was ... More
When you think of San Antonio, two things automatically come to mind: the Alamo and the River Walk. The River Walk was conceived in 1929. Downtown had serious flood problems and Robert Hugman suggested that the city turn the San Antonio River into an asset rather than a hindrance. Hugman's brainchild has since become the essence of the city. The city's most popular attraction, it is often crowded and filled with children, party goers, tourists and locals. In the heart of the River Walk is an area filled with restaurants, shops and nightclubs, punctuated by fountains and towering Cypress trees. The River Walk is particularly crazy during Fiesta.
I loved the room but when we laid down on itthe mattress was soaking wet. very dissappointed. Especially after paying reserving an 190.00 room. They swiched us to a different room, but by then it was 4 o'clock in the morning.
The Riverwalk in San Antonio is always a beautiful place to see but it is even more beautiful during the holiday season. Very festive and bright with lights and decorations everywhere. Best time of the year to visit!
the Riverwalk is not that family friendly, the whole area seems to aimed for singles losers. At least the increased police presence is improving the crime situation. and the river is thick as mud and plenty of trash so not very impressive.
The River Walk is mainly just restaurants.There are very few shops.There is a mall there but there is nothing special about it.I have much better shopping in the city where I live.We ate at Dicks which was very good and it is a fun place.Although it was very expensive.We took the boat tour down the river and that was fun.We learned a lot of history about San Antonio-kinda neat.I think the night life is probally lively but we arent real party/bar scene people.We visited San Antonio for 1 week and we came home early because we ran out of things to do.
We went to the Riverwalk during the week earlier this summer (non-holiday week) and the place was filthy! We didn't stay long because we were too grossed out. I am willing to give this place another try but it's going to take a lot to get over that first impression.
We took our vacation this summer in San Antonio. We really enjoyed the boat ride around the River Walk and it was worth the $6.50. We ate at the Landry's on the River Walk and it was terrible. The food was very expensive (average of $15 to $25 for lunch), tasteless and service was slow.
i loved the river walk is so beautiful i mean i can not describe how beautiful it is my family lives in san antonio so i go and visit sometimes and oh my god i love it is a very nice palce to go when u are in love walking and stuff and holdind hands with your loved one is sooooooooo great.
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