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San Antonio River Walk & Fiesta Weekend

40's - 50's and 60-plus Singles Vacation
April 6 - April 10, 2022
Once a frontier settlement in the Wild West, San Antonio is now famous for the Alamo, vibrant parades and lively entertainment. Stroll the scenic River Walk’s shaded pathways connecting hundreds of shops, restaurants, historic landmarks, museums and attractions. Our weekend includes The Battle of the Flowers Parade and Fiesta Flambeau Parade, two of many events you won’t want to miss. Fiesta is bright – and so is the clothing! Grab the most colorful items in your closet and join us in San Antonio.

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San Antonio River Walk & Fiesta Singles Weekend Itinerary

San Antonio RiverwalkVacation Day 1 : Wednesday - Arrive San Antonio, Texas
Arrive at the San Antonio airport and make your way to the group's hotel, the Homewood Suites by Hilton San Antonio-Riverwalk/Downtown. Check-in at the hotel, located on the famous River Walk, lined with restaurants, shops, and attractions, and relax until the group's meet and greet tonight. Then we will go for a stroll along the River Walk and enjoy our Welcome Dinner at one of the local restaurants.


Vacation Day 2: Thursday - Alamo - Buckhorn Saloon & Museum - River Cruise - A Night In Old San Antonio
The AlamoAfter breakfast, we will uncover 300 years of history at the Alamo, an awe-inspiring story that’s more intriguing than you might imagine. Established in 1718 as Mission San Antonio de Valero is best known as the site of the 1836 Battle of the Alamo. The Church, or "Shrine", has become the most recognizable structure on the Alamo grounds. Some traces from the battle still exist but changes to the structure reflect its later role as a U.S. Army Quartermaster Depot warehouse and eventually a memorial to the Alamo defenders.
buckhorn saloonNext it is lunch at the famous Buckhorn Saloon, where it all began—where history was made and legend lives. It is where Teddy Roosevelt recruited Rough Riders and Pancho Villa is rumored to have planned the Mexican Revolution. Many of the original furnishings still grace today's Buckhorn Saloon, including the back-bar which was hand-crafted of marble and cherry wood.
Attached to the Buckhorn are 2 museums, The Texas Ranger Museum and the Carnival of Curiosities. The world-class Texas Ranger exhibit offers us the chance to see priceless historic buckhorn museumartifacts that span more than a century of Ranger history. Then take a madcap Journey through a menagerie of mysterious and mind boggling phenomena! Explore the topsy-turvy town of Turmoil Texas that is bursting with optical illusions that defy the laws of gravity and challenge modern science, as we know it.
Time to head back to the hotel, drop off our packages and relax before a night out on the town. We will start our evening off early with a river cruise. an unforgettable way to experience the world-famous Night Out San AntonioSan Antonio River Walk.
Night In Old San Antonio pays tribute to the city’s diverse culture with food, music and décor that transforms the historic arts village of La Villita into 15 heritage-themed areas. Tonight we celebrate San Antonio’s diverse culture with 250 elaborately decorated food and drink booths, live musical acts; decorations; souvenirs; and costumed people.


Vacation Day 3: Friday - Battle of the Flowers Parade - Riverwalk - Historic Market Square - Fiesta de los Reyes
The Battle of Flowers Parade is the second-largest day parade in the USA, produced entirely by women and holds the distinction of being the first celebration held in Alamo Plaza. The Battle of Flowers, a bloom-laden parade meant to preserve the memories of
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the Republic’s fallen soldiers and veterans, has blossomed into an event featuring lots of live music and no end to the fun. Expect to see plenty of floats covered in paper flowers plus many people wearing flower-inspired outfits and Riverwalkbloom-filled crowns in their hair as well as stunning fiesta medals.
After the parade we'll take a leisurely stroll along the Riverwalk back to the hotel. Relax and have lunch before another exciting evening.
Let the Fiesta continue at the Historic Market Square, filled with live entertainment, delicious food, and Fiesta de Reyesshopping. Once a thriving hot spot for local produce, the Farmer’s Market and El Mercado Buildings now house unique shops offering products from the Southwest and Mexico. At Fiesta de los Reyes we'll enjoy live entertainment from multiple stages featuring a variety of music. Enjoy Mexican cuisine, Cajun shrimp, hamburgers, fresh fruit drinks, funnel cakes and new delicious Fiesta treats. Our taste buds will have a fiesta as we enjoy food from over 30 delicious food booths! 


Vacation Day 4: Missions - Fiesta Flambeau Parade
Mission ConcepcionAfter breakfast we will visit four historical missions at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. No permanent Spanish settlements existed and the priests were responsible for creating viable Spanish communities.
Mission Concepción’s church is considered the best-preserved Spanish colonial structure in the U.S. Brightly painted frescos that decorated the church’s exterior in the 1700s are still faintly visible. Extensive art inside the buildings on the convent walls and ceiling was restored in 1988.
Mission San Juan CapistranoMission San Juan Capistrano moved to the San Antonio River on March 5, 1731. The unfinished church was utilized as a cemetery. Today there is a church with a three-bell tower, compound walls, a few foundations of the original Mission Indian living quarters, the granary building, the convent, a well, a 1800s residence and a small museum.
Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo is the largest and most renovated of the missions. Walk into one of the apartments, see where the Friars and soldiers slept, walk through the beautiful domed church, and see the gorgeous façade while listening to the history. View the Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayoiconic Baroque piece known as the Rose Window. Stop at the Visitor Center for a short film on mission life.
Mission Espada, was the first Spanish Mission in Texas. Distinctive Spanish design features can be seen in the church doorway, bell tower, and brick archways. 
We will return to our hotel in the early afternoon which will give everyone a few hours of free time before our exciting evening begins with an early dinner.
The Fiesta Flambeau® Parade that lights up downtown San Antonio, began in 1948 and is internationally known as “America’s Largest Illuminated Night Parade”.  In the event’s early years, four-man brigades marched between the other units, carrying torches on five-foot poles.
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Tonight we get to watch spectacularly illuminated floats, lighted marching units that include local, out of town, out of state bands, dance groups, equestrian units, plus international bands and entertainers that contribute to a night that will surely Light up our Lives.


Day 5 - Sunday:  Depart San Antonio, TX
Time to say goodbye to our amazing Fiesta weekend in San Antonio as another singles vacation comes to an end. Make your way to the airport according to your flight schedule. Have a safe flight home!

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           San Antonio Riverwalk & Fiesta Weekend

Date: April 6 - April 10, 2022

Price: $1495

Singles Weekend Includes

* 4-Night Accommodations
* Breakfast Daily - 1 Lunch - 2 Dinners
* Dedicated Group Leader

* Guided Tours, Activities and Admissions per itinerary
* All Taxes and Surcharges

*The price per person is for a double room. Free roommate matching is available  on all our vacations, so there is never a need to pay a "single supplement". If you wish to room alone it is an additional $700

Not Included

* Air Flights
* Travel insurance
* Gratuities

Deposit  $300
Balance Due February 6, 2022


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