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Before heading south, do your homework and read up on San Antonio and the surrounding areas.
"Texas off the Beaten Path, 5th: A Guide to Unique Places" by June Naylor will give you the lowdown on all the interesting and eccentric things to do in Texas (including San Antonio)."San Antonio Uncovered" by Mark Louis Rybczyk. A bit hard to find, but well worth it. This gives you the inside scoop to some of the city's more uniques features.
"147 Fun Things to do in San Antonio" by Karen Foulk. Want to know where the most haunted places are in the city? This book will tell you, along with a variety of other interesting things.
"60 Hikes within 60 Miles: San Antonio and Austin" by Tom Taylor and Johnny Molloy is a great one for any hiking junkie to stash in a backpack.
"Day Trips from San Antonio, 2nd: Getaways Less than Two Hours Away" by Paris Permenter.
There are also some good web resources out there on San Antonio:
San Antonio Pod CityGuide (free PDA/iPod guide)
Schmap San Antonio Guide (free PC guidebook with maps)
Or for a more entertaining, satirical site filled with humorous and fictional descriptions of the city and its history, try:
Visit The Riverwalk tourist information