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[Downtown San Antonio]

[Graphic: a pointing hand. Artist: William Rotsler, California]

You will be here in ’97!

Map of downtown San Antonio with hotels and motel locations and links. #106 is the Marriott Rivercenter and #107 is the Marriott River Walk.

Where else in America can conventioneers board a river taxi to a morning panel and have another one waiting that evening to carry them on a dinner cruise?

San Antonio, the 10th largest city in the U.S., is a city of over a million people that has blossomed into a mecca for tourists and conventioneers alike.

In fact, San Antonio is ranked as one of the Top Ten Host Cities in the U.S. and has been recognized as a city that is ideally suited to host conventions, expositions and meetings of every type. San Antonio has over 5,500 committable hotel rooms within 8 blocks of the Convention Center complex and an additional 5,200 rooms within 15 minutes.

There is a restaurant in San Antonio to suit every palate. If you wish, you can work your way from classic American restaurants, through Bar-B-Que and Seafood, to Continental, Greek, Indian, Italian, and Mexican. And of course you’ll want to sample some down-home Texas cuisine while you’re in the Lone Star State.

While you are in San Antonio you may also want to treat yourself to a performance at one of the city’s live theaters, or a visit to the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, but most of all, we hope you will come and have a darn good time at LoneStarCon2.

Watch for additional information on
which hotels are offering convention rates
and where blocks of accommodations have been reserved
in upcoming issues of the Progress Report.

The Hotels:

Just minutes away from the San Antonio Convention Center are twenty-three major hotels and motor inns:

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