The annual reunion of the Sea Tigers Association will be held Tuesday October 9 thru Saturday October 13 in San Antonio, Texas.
Our host hotel will be the Holiday Inn Downtown Market Square, 318 West Cesar Chavez Blvd. San Antonio, TX 78204. It is only two blocks from the bustling Market Square. Room rates are $109.00 per night plus taxes. Rate includes a daily breakfast buffet for two. This rate is valid for 3 days before reunion and 3 days after reunion. Reservations can be made by calling (210) 225-3211. Make sure to mention the Sea Tigers Reunion to get the discounted room rate.
Check in time is 3:00pm check out time is 11:00am. There is free parking available on site.
The Holiday Inn boasts one of the area’s largest pools with a sundeck and Jacuzzi. There is also an area shuttle van, fitness center, guest laundry, valet service, and on-site restaurant. Room amenities include coffee makers, room service, irons, hairdryers, in-room movies, cable TV, free Wi-Fi, and oversize decks on most rooms.
The Sea Tigers will have complimentary use of a Hospitality Room for our reunion.
San Antonio is celebrating its 300-year anniversary with a yearlong calendar of events & activities honoring its people, heritage and future. The many attractions include the Alamo, the 15-mile long River Walk, 4 Spanish Missions, San Antonio Zoo, Museum of Art, Natural Bridge Caverns, Witte Museum, Sea World San Antonio, Majestic Theater, the Japanese Tea Gardens and more.
2018 REUNION - San Antonio, Texas
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2018 REUNION ATTRACTIONS
The Alamo: Texas' most visited landmark was the site of the 1836 battle between 200 Texas volunteers and a Mexican force of thousands led by Gen. Santa Anna. Davie Crockett, Jim Bowie, William Travis and the rest held out for 13 days before being overpowered.
River Walk: This fascinating and vibrant city park and network of walkways runs along the banks of the San Antonio River, below the main street level. Lined with bars, shops, restaurants, hotels, missions, and museums, this is one the the area's most popular attractions.
GO Rio's Riverwalk boat tour connects you to the city's timeless charm! Enthusiastic, knowledgeable boat captains will share fascinating stories about the city's culture, history, and architecture during your 35-minute tour along the San Antonio River.
Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour. Experience San Antonio's highlights aboard an open-top double decker bus with recorded commentary about various sights. Bus stops at 12 city attractions.
Japanese Tea Garden: This wonderful 200-acre park just north of the downtown area is highlighted by lush gardens, floral displays, a 60-foot waterfall, pagodas, and ponds filled with Koi.
San Antonio Missions Historical Park: This wonderful piece of history stretches nine miles and contains four important missions from the early 1700's These Spanish frontier missions include: Mission Conception, Mission San Jose, Mission San Juan and Mission Espada.
Sea World San Antonio: Part aquarium, part theme park, this attraction gets you up close to dolphins, penguins, polar bears, killer whales, and more. Enjoy several thrill rides located throughout the park.
Witte Museum: This attraction provides visitors with fascinating immersive experiences. Exhibits feature historic artifacts, wildlife collections, Texas art, and Davy Crockett's fiddle.
Natural Bridge Caverns: This guided adventure takes you 180 feet below ground to explore a half mile of the largest underground cavern in the San Antonio area.
Majestic Theater: This iconic open-air theater is San Antonio's oldest and largest. Designed in 1929 the venue seats over 2300 people. Enjoy a casual show day or dress up for an evening event.
San Antonio Museum of Art: Egyptian, Greek & Roman antiquities highlight the exhibits of this museum which houses over 30,000 artifacts spanning 5000 years of history.
The History Shop: Step back in time when you enter this delighful shop specializing in original antique maps, books, militaria, and weapons.
San Antonio Fire Museum: Founded in 2013, the museum tells the story of how the San Antonio Fire Department began in 1854 with a 20-man brigade of volunteers and horse-pulled carts. The museum is the old Fire Station No. 1 and features old photographs, antique equipment and fire trucks from the early years.
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