Comfort Inn Fiesta at Six Flags
6755 North Loop 1604 West
San Antonio, TX 78249
Phone: (210) 696-4766
Fax: (210) 696-6698
6755 North Loop 1604 West, San Antonio, TX, US, 78249
- Phone: (210) 696-4766
- Fax: (210) 696-6698
Apple Store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
To get geared up for all your outdoor adventures, head to Bass Pro Shop. This huge store has everything you need to fish, hike, and hunt: apparel for men and women, fishing poles, ATVs, and more. Get some practice in and head to the archery range to hit some targets. If you work up an appetite wandering through the displays of taxidermy animals and wilderness, the onsite restaurant serves tasty food that will satisfy your hunger.
Good Sports specializes in all sorts of sporting equipment and accessories. You will find well-known brands and high quality products for hiking and camping, running, water and snow skiing, and cycling, to name just a few activities. Whether you need equipment, gear, clothes, shoes, boots, accessories, helmets or watches, this shop should have it. If it doesn't, the staff will find it for you.
Simply described, Half-Price Books sells hardbacks, paperbacks, glossy magazines, vinyl LPs, circular CDs, tapes, videos and even software. It also pays cash for these same items. The inventory hasn't yet made it into a computer database, so you'll have to "hunt and pick," but then again, that's half the fun. The store's unhurried atmosphere makes it a great place to while away a Sunday afternoon or even a lunch hour. But as you meander through the aisles, keep an eye out for the store's mascot a very white, very fat and very contented cat named Sebastian.
This cozy little shop is full of lovingly made primitive and folk art items. The shop owners have created the majority of the inventory, which ranges from dolls to quilts. Dolls range from Santas to Angels and each one is tea-dyed and tattered to give it the illusion of being an authentic antique. There are also beautiful wall hangings, wearable art items and samplers fit for home use. If you don't find exactly what you have in mind, you can simply purchase the materials and pattern and make your own. There are even classes offered here. There is nothing plain about this shop!
For comic books new and old, there is no finer place to look than this Medical Center shop. Stocked with a wide variety of classic comics and the latest offerings, it also carries a large selection of role-playing games, toys, models, cards, novels and videos. Japanese anime is a hot item, as are the latest collectibles related to the most popular movies and games. Drop by and use the game rooms for a match of your favorite board game or browse through the comics to find the Superman that will complete your collection.
Anime fans have a place to shop at Ooples in San Antonio. This store has movies, books, clothing, accessories and more, along with an expert staff who can help you find something you'll love. Whether you're a fan of Pokemon, Naruto, Yu-Gi-Oh, and other popular franchises, or more obscure anime, you'll be pleased with the selection offered here.
Shop for secondhand books at reasonable prices at Nine Lives Books. Feel free to browse the shelves and take a seat on one of several cozy chairs to go over your selections before you walk up to the register. If you have gently used books, bring them in to sell and use the money towards an exciting new literary adventure. Their collection spans the most popular genres, so you're likely to find something you can't live without.
If you aren't a cowboy, at least you can dress like one. Cavender's Boot City carries everything you need—boots, jeans, shirts, belts and hats. To really blend in here in Texas, opt for Wrangler jeans, a Wrangler Brushpopper shirt and some Justin Roper boots. If you pick out a Resistol hat, be sure you wear straw from after Easter up until Labor Day, and felt after Labor Day all the way through to Easter. This location is not far from Far West Rodeo, one of the largest country and western bars in the city. How convenient! San Antonio offers two other locations as well.
This little shop is such an inspiration. Even if you don't buy any of the handmade greeting cards, you will surely want to create your very own. The selection of plain and fancy papers is mind boggling, and the assortment of rubber stamps is extensive as well. Apart from the paper products, you can also choose wonderful smelling candles by Yankee and potpourri by Joy Jowell. There are even some Texas scents such as San Antonio Spice and Texas Piney Woods. This is the perfect place to find a truly unusual card or gift.
The Alley on Bitters has housed San Antonio's most unique collection of locally-owned and operated specialty stores for more than 35 years. What began as a place for artists to showcase and sell their work has turned into a popular contemporary retail center. The center has several shops, restaurants, salons, and a yoga studio.
This cozy little shop almost feels like home when you enter. The polished hardwood floors and throw rugs help set a perfect background for the beautiful antiques on display. Americana is the theme for most pieces. You can choose wardrobes, roll-top desks, tables, chairs, cabinets and even pianos. Accessory items include glassware, the popular Fiestaware, china, crystal, quilts and light fixtures. This store can provide a pleasurable shopping experience for antique lovers.