Barge Rides. Prices and hours of operation.
There's a vendor downtown that runs
Segways. You know, those two wheel, gyroscopically balanced, supposed
to revolutionize transportation do-a-ma-gigs. Costs $75 for a 3 hour tour.
I've visited with the owner and he took me around for a free demo.
They are fun and everyone looks at you as you roll down the sidewalks.
Try also Ticketmaster
for San Antonio events and buy your tickets before you get here.
Carver Community Cultural
Center, events schedule.
Check out my page devoted to San
Antonio River Walk links and community based
San Antonio Attractions.
Links listed elsewhere in SanAntonioInsider.com
Great 3-D style map of San Antonio Riverwalk area
Co. San Antonio's bus company. Place to find the bus schedules
and routes to locations in town.
Here's a potpourri of links that may be of service.
Planning on being in San Antonio for a while. Want to meet
some nice people? Consider joining the San
Antonio Adventure Club. This is a real nice group of people who just
like to get together for things as simple as going to a movie to more
adventurous activity. Check out their web page. You may decide to
join and register for an activity before you get here. It's a safe and
easy way to get immediately involved with some locals. Additionally, if
you enjoy parties check out this link.
It's a resource link to information on some of the best parties in town.
You could live here a long time without stumbling upon someone who would know
about this. (By the way, they won't tell you this, but
PARTI stands for People Always Ready To Indulge.)
San Antonio Rampage,
our official ice hockey team.
tickets! This site was recently reworked and is now functional again.
From the home page of SASave find your way to the "Attractions" page and there
you can click on the attraction of your choice and get discount tickets.
You'll have to give your email address but that's a small price to pay.
There are so many local
organizations that I'm even losing tract of who does what. Here's
one that you may find of assistance to you.
San Antonio (a Public Improvement District organization) maintains a
staff of people they call Ambassadors about downtown. They are
dressed like the guy on the right in the photo, and their job is to help you in
anything you may need including safety escorts. We know which side
our bread is buttered on!