San Antonio Essential Guide
iOS Universal Travel
••• An Essential Guide •••
The heart of the Alamo City is made for walking, but just seeing the River Walk and the big amusement parks would be like going to New York and just looking at the Statue of Liberty. Smart tourists will take in the peaceful missions, visit the newest museum, Museo Alameda, check out local TV chef Melissa Guerra's shop -- and find bargains to boot.
This guide puts you in the smart camp. The basics are here, plus a frequently updated list of new essentials.
-- GPS-enabled maps that tell you how far you are from a site and how to get there -- indispensable for walking around.
-- Phone numbers and Web sites at your fingertips.
-- Slide shows of many listings to give you a sense of what you'll see.
-- Attractions conveniently sorted by type, names or cost.
••• About the Author •••
Judy Wiley is a freelance travel writer and former newspaper travel editor who has spent many happy days and nights in San Antonio both for work and for fun over the last 20 years. She knows how to give readers and users a good time on a shoestring and suss out the best travel experiences for the incredibly hip or the comfortably curious.
••• About Sutro Media •••
This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!
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