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Please contact Preferred Convention Services to book your hotel room for Subsea Tieback Forum & Exhibition 2014. Please do not contact the hotels directly. Discounted rates are available only through PCS.
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Phone: +1-888.763.7236 or +1-310.906.3847
Mail: Subsea Tieback 2014 c/o Preferred Convention Services/1970 E. Grand Ave., Suite 150/El Segundo, CA 90245
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For hotel reservation questions, please call +1-888-763-7236 (toll free) or +1-310-906-3847 (direct)
San Antonio’s compact downtown provides great savings on transportation with hotels, restaurants and attractions located conveniently within walking distance via street level or the River Walk. River taxis and trolley cars are fun, unique options for those who’d rather ride than walk. And “four ride for the price of one” taxi fares save attendees even more.
Top 5 Things To Do In San Antonio
|1. Eat, Drink & Be Merry|
|Over fifty restaurants, bistros, cafes, clubs, and bars line the River Walk as it meanders its way through downtown San Antonio. There is everything from stellar Tex Mex to haute cuisine and locally-owned spots as well as popular international names like the Hard Rock Cafe. Take your clients to dinner after the Networking Receptions!|
|2. Land & Art Scapes|
|Few visitors venture beyond the downtown River Walk but it’s well worth it. Explore the Museum Reach, north of downtown, and watch for the twelve art installations on the river banks. Stop along the way at the San Antonio Museum of Art and the Southwest School of Art, then the boat ride ends at the 125-year-old Pearl Brewery complex, now home to restaurants, an outdoor amphitheater, a Saturday farmers market, eclectic shops and the Culinary Institute of America — San Antonio. If you go south from downtown, the south fork of the river meanders through the stately King William Historic District all the way to the Blue Star arts complex, an eclectic enclave of creative souls, unusual shops and galleries, public art scattered about, and a brew pub.|
|3. Onboard History Lessons|
|Learn about San Antonio’s rich history aboard a San Antonio river cruiser. The boat captains take great pride in their knowledge of the city and its past, so it’s a sublime way to learn more about San Antonio and its famous River Walk. You can even eat dinner on some of the cruisers!|
|4. Sunset Cruise|
|Lots of folks take a tour of the River Walk aboard a river cruiser, but few know that you can take a sunset taxi ride from downtown, along the Museum Reach, to the Pearl Brewery. Only in the dark will you be able to appreciate the full impact of the art installations that line the banks, all of which use light in creative ways. They were created by some of the most interesting names in the art world. Museums, schools, residences and commercial buildings often are lit in startling and unusual ways.|
|5. The Alamo|
|No trip to San Antonio is complete without a visit to The Alamo, an enduring symbol of courage and freedom recognized worldwide. Located in the heart of downtown, The Alamo hosts more than 2.5 million visitors a year and is a must see for visitors to the Alamo City.|
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