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Continued from page 55Things To DoMajor AttractionsMajor AttractionsSan Antonio Botanical Garden555 FunstonSan Antonio, TX 78209(210) 207-3250Cultivate yourself at this 38-acre botanical garden in the heart of San Antonio. Explore the futuristic Lucile Halsell Conservatory or walk the Texas Native Trail for a close-up encounter with the beautiful world of plants. Seasonal floral display beds complement formal garden settings that include a rose garden, old-fashioned garden, sensory garden, and Kumamoto En Japanese garden. Bistro (closed Monday) and garden shop are additional amenities. www.sabot.orgSan Antonio Missions Baseball5757 U.S. Hwy 90 WSan Antonio, TX 78227(210) 675-7275The San Antonio Missions are a minor league baseball team based in San Antonio, Texas. The team, which plays in the Texas League, is the Double-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres major leagueclub. www.samissions.comSan Antonio Missions Historical Park6701 San Jose Dr.San Antonio, TX 78214(210) 534-8875The San Antonio Missions tell the stories of the people who came into the Spanish missions to live in the 1700s. Acculturating and converting the indigenous population in order to become Spanish citizens reverberates today in the southwest United States. Our history is part of who we were, who we are, and who we will be. The National Park Service invites you to discover American history in all its diversity at San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. www.nps.gov/saanSan Antonio River WalkSan Antonio, TX 78249(210) 227-4262The San Antonio River Walk is a verdant oasis of cypress-lined paved paths, arched stone bridges and lush landscapes. It gently winds through the city center, providing millions of visitors each year with easy access to the city’s cultural hot spots, historic sites and other attractions. Just steps from the River Walk is Main Plaza—“the heart of the city.” www.thesanantonioriverwalk.comSan Antonio Zoo3903 N St Mary’s StSan Antonio, TX 78212(210) 734-7184The San Antonio Zoo is home to over 3,500 animals representing 779 species on 56 acres. The zoo is open to visitors 365 days a year.www.sazoo.orgSeaWorld San Antonio10500 Sea World Dr.San Antonio, TX 78251(210) 520-4732Experience some of the most amazing San Antonio attractions at SeaWorld! Looking for thrills? Challenge yourself to the 360-degree flips of The Great White or the 15 story plunges of Steel Eel! Enjoy memorable live shows and unique attractions such as Penguin Encounter and Pacific Point Preserve. Most importantly, SeaWorld is all about animals: From killer whales to belugas, penguins to bottlenose dolphins and sea lions to sharks, marine life abounds! www.seaworld.com and click on “Parks.”Six Flags Fiesta Texas17000 IH-10 WestSan Antonio, TX 78257(210) 697-5050With so many choices, where do you begin? Right here. Take a look at all the amazing things to do while at Six Flags Fiesta Texas---from pulse-pounding roller coasters to gentler options for tots. Cool off at White Water Bay or take a break at one of our entertaining shows. Catch a bite at one of our restaurants and don’t forget to pick up your souvenirs so you can remember the day! www.sixflags.com and click on “Choose Your Park.”Tower of the Americas739 E Cesar ChavezSan Antonio, TX 78205(210) 223-3101Located in downtown San Antonio, the 750-foot-tall Tower of the Americas provides guests the most spectacular view of the Alamo City. Enjoy the gorgeous panorama from the Tower’s revolving Chart House Restaurant, take in the scenary from the Observation Deck or experience the thrilling 4D Theater Ride. For a taste of the best dining and fun that San Antonio Riverwalk restaurants have to offer, come take a flight with the Tower of the Americas. www.toweroftheamericas.comMartial ArtsKarate Plus Martial Arts Personal Development Center1305 SW Loop 410 #200San Antonio, TX 78227(210) 675-0838Karate Plus Martial Arts P.D.C. has specifically developed a mixed martial arts program of family fun, fitness and self defense. Whether you are a beginner or a Black Belt and your interest is in physical fitness, mental conditioning, self defense or sport competition, you will find that the karate programs offered here provide the opportunity for unlimited personal growth and achievement for you and your family. www.familypdc.comSanchin Karate School12355 Potranco Rd #104San Antonio, TX 78253(210) 679-5301Sanchin is the name of a Japanese karate self-defense form (kata) that means to strengthen and unify the mind, body, and spirit. That is the mission of the Sanchin Karate School. Through the comprehensive program (using traditional Japanese karate, ancient Okimawan weapons, character development, fitness, health, and nutrition, as well as motor development), they aim to do just that: strengthen and unify the mind, body, and spirit of each of their students. www.sanchinkarate.comShaolin West SA7950 Mainland DrSan Antonio, TX 78250(210) 680-7200If you are looking to learn Kung Fu or Tai Chi, then Shaolin West SA is the place to be! The Kung Fu class offers an exciting atmosphere that is always on the move and gives you the right amount of physical and mental challenge. If you want something a little slower paced, then Tai Chi is for you. Tai Chi offers a relaxing atmosphere where the focus is on breathing, balance, posture and releasing tension.www.shaolinwestsa.comContinued on page 5756 www.GreatNWGuide.com 2017-2018Things To Do


































































































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