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I enjoyed visiting Seaworld but I visited in July and it was boiling! I loved everything about it just when I had arrived but when I saw the whales I was very excited. They had stolen the show! Before I had visited I thought it was overpriced for what it sounded like. I was completely wrong. It is a brilliant attraction and I wish I could go back.
Posted on 27/2/2013 by Joyce Bates
San Antonio - Tussaud's and Ripley's, two of the best!
A couple of the city's biggest tourist attractions are located on the Alamo Plaza. If you haven't been to a waxworks before, the Louis Tussaud's Wax Museum is great. If you've never been to a Ripleys Believe It Or Not Museum before, that is great also. Even if you have, they are a big of fun and a good way to escape from the hot sun in the summer.
Posted on 30/11/2007 by Dawn Wilson
A stroll on the riverfront
The San Antonio riverwalk is a number one attraction in the city. It is really pleasant and the city must take great pride in keeping it so clean and well looked after. We walked both side of the river and stopped off at the restaurant on the way. My tip would be to try and come here in the week, because at the weekend it is heaving with people, a lot of who are locals.
Posted on 17/7/2007 by Stuart Logan
The Alamo in San Antonio
The Alamo Mission is a very important part of the city and is situated at 300 Alamo Plaza. It was built in the eaerly 18th century and pccupied by Mexican orces during the Battle of the Alamo in 1835. There is a museum here with important Texan relics and things like that. Outside there are some lovely landscaped gardens. It is open every day until 5:30pm.
Posted on 5/5/2007 by Stevie
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