Home DESTINATION SPOTLIGHT San Antonio, Texas: The Famed Alamo Still Stands
San Antonio, Texas: The Famed Alamo Still Stands PDF Print E-mail

Remember the Alamo became a rallying cry in Texas. A small group of Texans and volunteers defended this former Catholic mission. They were killed by a Mexican army after a brave 13-day stand in 1836. The free-admission Alamo welcomes more than 2.5 million visitors each year.

While you’re in the neighborhood, take time to stroll along the picturesque San Antonio River Walk. You’ll be delighted with quaint shops and a variety of excellent restaurants.

For more information, go to www.visitsanantonio.com

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