Comfort Suites San Antonio North Stone Oak
1754 N. Loop 1604 East
San Antonio, TX 78232
Phone: (210) 495-5557
Fax: (210) 495-5559
1754 N. Loop 1604 East, San Antonio, TX, US, 78232
- Téléphone : (210) 495-5557
- Télécopie : (210) 495-5559
A part of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, or Shriners, the Alzafar Shrine takes forward the organization's principle of spreading love, fraternity, relief, and truth. This temple was built around the early years of the 20th Century, and is a prominent structure for this fraternity. They also have facilities that they rent out for a variety of purposes. Do see the website to know more.
While North Central San Antonio continues to grow in both size and population, this 856 park remains firmly anchored as a wooded respite among the concrete sprawl. Best known for its hiking and biking trails, the park attracts hundreds of visitors on the weekends. The trails vary in terms of their difficulty levels, and bicyclists tend to dominate, so hikers beware. Other visitors enjoy the covered picnic areas, soccer fields and softball diamonds. Camping is allowed with reservations and a permit from the Parks and Recreation department. The park is open to public everyday from six in the morning.
This interesting attraction is definitely off the beaten path, as it is nestled away in North San Antonio not far from McAllister Park. Outside exhibits include antique horse-drawn carriages, a Studebaker Carriage and a horse-drawn fire engine. Inside, you'll discover a restored train depot complete with a steam locomotive, a Pullman car and a business car, all ready to be explored. Three functioning model railroads complete the discovery. As an added treat, if you visit on the first Sunday of the month, you can take a train ride on a one-third-mile track in the back of the museums grounds.
Morgan's Wonderland is a family fun park that believes in providing accessible fun for all kids. The park encompass rides and attractions for all ages. Some of the major attractions at the park are the Music Garden, The Picnic Palace, Water Works, Pirate Island, the carousel, and the butterfly playground, but there are many more to explore. They also host a series of events like Mom's Group and Senior Fridays. It is truly a place for fun and entertainment for all ages. The special thing about the park is that it is totally accessible to guests of all abilities.
Morgan's Wonderland Carousel is one of the most loved attractions in Morgan's Wonderland 834718. All the creatures on this beautiful carousel is accessible by wheelchairs. The carousel mounts beautifully decorated animals and chariots moving up and down and swaying side way and it is illuminated with LED lights. It can be enjoyed by people of all ages, alike.
This Catholic church boasts a large and active congregation in the heart of North San Antonio. With daily mass, numerous parish committees and strong community organizations, there is something with which everyone can become involved. In addition to regular church services and activities, Blessed Sacrament offers a private school, day care and an after-school program for children.
The Christ Hutchins Place Church offers devotees a serene ambiance to introspect and pray. With special prayer services, mass and readings of the bible, this church guides devotees towards the spiritual path. This church is a Non-Denominational church with various spiritual activities the year round.
The roots of this church date back to 1890. Over the years, the congregation has grown and has moved several times, finally settling in a permanent, multi-purpose stone building in 1980. A pipe organ was installed in 1991; it has a prominent presence in the sanctuary and makes a beautiful sound in the hands of the very qualified organists who play it.
Looking for fun, adventure and the chance to do a little gambling? Check out the Retama Park racetrack. You will find live and simulcast horseracing, casual and fine dining, live concerts and special events. The main track at Retama Park is a 1.1-mile dirt oval. There is a 5.5 percent banking on turns, and the distance is only 990 feet from the final turn to the finish line. Special events such as "Fifty-cent Fridays" feature family activities and discounted admission. All the live racing dates and times vary.
Trek into this park and you will feel like you have wandered far into the hill country. Only a short drive up IH-10 from downtown, Friedrich Wilderness Park offers 5.5 miles of hiking trails, which vary in terms of their difficulty levels. The park also boasts the most improved handicapped trails in the region. The more difficult trails can be a great workout, while the lower levels offer an easy walk in a beautiful setting. If you choose the highest level and find yourself being passed quickly by kindly older men don't despair—they are likely retired military officers from the nearby army base. In addition to its hiking trails, the park hosts a bird population so diverse that it attracts even hard-core bird enthusiasts. Guided interpretive hikes are available. This place is open evryday from 7:30 a.m onwards
Situated along the San Antonio River and next to Brackenridge Park, this zoo is considered one of the finest in America, housing more than 3500 animals representing more than 700 species. The recently renovated big cat exhibit draws big crowds, as does the bird collection, which is one of the largest in the United States. Allow time for wandering around and exploring everything this zoo has to offer. San Antonio Zoo offers weekly educational programs and is also available for private events.
In 1915, the city requested a Japanese immigrant and his wife to transform an old rock quarry into a Japanese-styled garden, and a man named Mr. Kimi Eizo Jingu agreed to the task. He started with a rock house, which still stands today and is surrounded by winding pebble walkways, stone bridges, a waterfall and tranquil pools. His work transformed the old rock quarry into a garden filled with lily ponds and lush green vegetation. With the onset of World War II and the growing anti-Japanese sentiment that surrounded it, the city council changed the garden's name to "Chinese Sunken Garden." In 1983, the original name was finally restored.