Wyndham La Cascada to Visit The Alamo and San Antonio Zoo by SeaWorld Resort





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Downtown Fun with Delightful Extras at New San Antonio Resort. Wyndham La Cascada is located along the famous River Walk on Dwyer Avenue, less than two blocks from the downtown River Walk loop. This new resort offers you the best of both worlds: more on-site amenities and unit choices than youll find in most urban area resorts, with a location that's just blocks from the River Walk complex, the Alamo and other top downtown draws. Its the ideal blend of resort-style fun and urban excitement.

At Wyndham La Cascada you'll enjoy the close proximity to the Alamo and downtown River Walk complex. Stroll just two blocks to enjoy the 3-mile River Walk complex, a top Texas draw that features cobblestone walking streets winding up and down the riverbank with restaurants, galleries, boutiques, nightclubs and live music performances. You can also see the "Paseo del Rio" complex from the water via sightseeing cruise by day or sail via candlelight at night. Enjoy the downtown San Antonio views from our rooftop swimming pool and sun deck that soars high into the sky. There's a Recreation Room for kid-time fun and a computer library for games.

Consider these high points as you plan your trip, ranging from the city's major theme parks to the River Walk lined with restaurants, patios, galleries and shops. The city is filled with culturally significant arts, history, culture, museums and architecture. Play a round of golf at one of the area's forty courses including La Cantera, one of the world's top 20 golf courses (Conde Nast Travel). Sports fans will want to plan a trip around the next Spurs game, Missions baseball game, Rampage hockey game, or WNBA Silver Stars game. The city's major theme parks top the list but dozens of other adventures include the San Antonio Zoo,one of the nation's largest. At the Children's Museum, hands-on exhibits encourage creative play.Ripley's Haunted Adventure or Tomb Rider 3D feature special effects, animatronics and live actors. Dont miss the Alamo, Texas #1 visitor attraction. Stroll the secluded parts of the River Walk or wander through the Spanish missions. Soak in live music, from polka to R&B, daily at Main Plaza. Tuesdays at the San Antonio Museum of Art are free. Take in Southtowns public shindig, First Friday Art Walk. Take a hot-air balloon ride over the city or Texas Hill Country. Stroll through the restored Japanese Tea Garden. Swim with the dolphins at SeaWorld San Antonio. Have an exquisitely-good tamale at Tellez,a great local dive. Take a river taxi from one end of the River Walk to the other. Have a mojito at the Menger Hotel's historic bar. Watch the sunset from the 759-foot Tower of The Americas. Splurge on dinner at Le Reve, one of the country's top restaurants. In a June 2008 New York Times list of the nation's top 31 places to go, the Texas Hill Country topped the list. The rolling hills, limestone cliffs and cool spring-fed rivers start at San Antonio's doorstep.


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