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The first place to visit when you arrive is the Alamo, as it closes early. it is amazing how such an iconic moment in history came from such a small place.The Riverwalk itself is a fairly large area with many places to eat & shop. It will occupy a lot of your time just walking.
If you are looking for something different to eat, I suggest you try Shilo's, a German Deli on Commerce Street, right above the Riverwalk.
If you have some extra time during your stay, I would also endorse a guided tour of all the local Spanish Missions, as Plano suggested.
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I have come here to chew bubble gum and kick ass, and I am all out of bubble gum.
Little hand says it's time to rock and roll.
If you're looking for great drinks and a good atmosphere, check out The Esquire.
If you're in the mood, head up to the restaurant at the Tower of the Americas - just keep in mind you're paying for the view: http://www.toweroftheamericas.com/
There is a lot to do in San Antonio, but it's a very spread out city.
Established in 1933, The Esquire Tavern is the oldest San Antonio Riverwalk bar. This quintessential downtown bar is sure to be a great time!
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