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 ~J. Peters, Germany

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  • 129 Woodward Place
  • San Antonio, Texas 78204
  • (800) 730-0019
  • (210) 225-6333
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  • Halloween Events in San Antonio

    Don’t Forget! SPOOKY October Events!

    Saturday, October 26th is Coffins on Parade! The world famous River Walk in San Antonio always alive and brimming with action is no stranger to Halloween fun! Come out and enjoy the wonderful Bud Light Coffins on Parade. You do not want to miss this famous Halloween spectacle. Imagine floating coffins in barges traveling along the San Antonio River!
    Of course this eerie parade can only be celebrated at night when all the ghosts and goblins come to life. Crowds line the banks of the river to view the coffins passing by on the world famous San Antonio River Walk and the parade is FREE to the public.
    The parade will make 2 laps around the River Walk, beginning at the International Building traveling through Restaurant Row, the horseshoe bend, the River Walk Extension, Rivercenter Mall and through Arneson River Theatre.

    YOU can be part of the Parade! for $20 if you are an Individual Member or $25 for the General Public. For more information call 210.227.4262

    HaPpY HaLLoWeeN!!!

    Remember to stay with us www.innontheriverwalksa.com or call 210-225-6333

  • Holiday Parade in San Antonio Nov 23 2012

    Want to join in on the Holiday Parade in San Antonio on Nov 23rd 2012? Here's a link to all those restaurants that are offering specials during the parade:




    Bella on the River

    Hard Rock

    Iron Cactus

    Las Canarias

    and more ...

  • Bed and Breakfast Myth Busters

    B&B Myth Busters:

    Are you shying away from staying at a B&B because you’re not sure what to expect? Research shows that B&Bs and country inns are sorely misunderstood. We’re here to explain why B&Bs are a better way to stay. Younger travelers think B&Bs are for “oldies” and others believe the B in B&B stands for boutique or expensive. Let’s debunk some of those B&B myths and learn more about today’s B&B experience.

    “But I’ll have to eat with people I don’t know!”

    Today’s B&Bs are split with about half offering private tables for those who’d rather not eat breakfast with others and the other half serving family style so guests can meet one another. Some innkeepers even serve breakfast in the room. And just to set the record straight, you won’t be eating Cheerios with the owner’s kids either, separate living quarters for the innkeepers and guests are standard at all B&Bs.

    “I don’t want to share a bathroom!”

    According to the Professional Association of Innkeepers International and BedandBreakfast.com’s innkeeper surveys, more than 97 percent of B&Bs offer private baths in some if not all rooms. For those looking to economize on rates, a shared bath option is available in approximately 12 percent of B&Bs.

    “It’s so expensive!”

    Actually, when you add up all the extras including complimentary breakfast, snacks, beverages, wi-fi, movies and parking, then compare prices to local hotels in your travel destination, chances are you will find as much as a $175 per day savings. We recently compared Boston B&Bs to hotels, and here’s what we found. When the hotel’s higher rates were figured in, we realized a daily savings of $175 a day!

    “B&Bs are only for couples”

    While every B&B has some romantic aspect to it, there are plenty of inns and B&Bs that specialize in other aspects of travel. You’ll find that inns B&Bs are a better way to stay for families, business travelers, even those traveling with pets.

    "They’re old buildings and I need my wi-fi connection"

    Recent surveys of innkeepers conducted by BedandBreakfast.com show that more than 91 percent of inns and B&Bs offer complimentary wi-fi connections. Innkeepers throughout North America understand that guests travel with a full load of tech-items. Many are adding iPod docking stations and power strips to rooms to allow plenty of wattage for powering up tech toys

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