Remember the Alamo! San Antonio sure does. In fact, it was here that the Texas revolution began which lead to Texas' independence from Mexico. However, historical significance is just a small part of San Antonio's appeal. Having grown into America's ninth largest city, San Antonio has become a cultural and historical center where the old world and the old south meet with a wild west flair! Festivals, fiestas, music and dance happen for any reason, or no particular reason at all. Visit San Antonio's historic Spanish missions and step back into the 18th century. Get wild at the Sea World marine park...or take a wild ride at Six Flags Fiesta Texas theme park! And don't miss the jewel of San Antonio...The River Walk. Boasting romantic promenades, swaying trees, shops, cafés, music and colorful water taxis, The River Walk is an unforgettable experience. When you're ready to explore all that gay San Antonio has to offer, you'll find something for everyone. Country western, leather and levi, female impersonators and hi-energy dance mixes are just some of the grooves which invite an equal opportunity mix of gays and lesbians. You'll also find comfortable accommodations in the heart of downtown at The Arbor House Inn & Suites, and The Painted Lady Inn with its artfully designed gay-themed rooms. Next time your travel plans take you deep into the heart of Texas, remember San Antonio. It's not just the Alamo anymore!