JUL 2018

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SPECIAL FEATURE: CONFERENCE CENTERS J U L Y 2 0 1 8 ⎜ ConventionSouth ⎜ w w w . c o n v e n t i o n s o u t h . c o m 11 WINTER EVENT HOT SPOTS Terry The perfect meeting has a name. 1,335 Suites + 150,000 Sq Ft Meeting Space + 5 Restaurants + 1 Terry ph: 407-238-8100 | we're all yours Terry, Assistant Banquet Manager, takes care of everything, from setting up your meeting room to ensuring that the coffee is plentiful and hot. He handles the details. You handle the accolades. See how we help you get a standing ovation by visiting Most famous for the Alamo and the popular River Walk, this city shows off its multicultural Spanish, Mexican, German and American influences at both outdoor and indoor attractions. Hot Winter Activities: • Dine on the River Walk. In addition to numerous restaurants along the waterway, there are barges that serve dinner as small groups cruise along. • Explore the missions. In addition to the Alamo, the four southern- most Spanish colonial missions are included in the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park. • View the wildlife. The San Antonio Zoo is the nation's third oldest zoo, or Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch, a safari-like driving experience. Hotel Valencia Riverwalk - Historic and charming, this hotel features a blend of Spanish Colonial and Modern Mediterranean design. Many guest rooms have patios overlooking the River Walk. JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa - Surrounded by 600 acres of rolling hills, this resort includes River Bluff Water Experience, a nine-acre water park with a 650-foot rapid-river ride and a 1,100-foot lazy river. There are also two TPC golf courses and outdoor pavilions for special events. HOT SPOT: San Antonio, Texas Omni La Mansion del Rio Hotel Located along the River Walk, this luxury hotel is also within walking distance of the Alamo, El Mercado, La Villita District, Span- ish Governor's Palace and San Antonio Convention Center. Groups can tour the historic property, which dates back to 1852 or arrange a relaxing river cruise. HOTTEST of the HOT The Alamo

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