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Our guide, Randy, met us at the gazebo in front of the Menger Hotel at the appointed time (9:00 PM). Our tour started at the Alamo with very entertaining stories of history and lore. From there, we made stops at the Menger Hotel, Shops at...More
Only 6 of us on this ghostly tour- fine with us. Too many people, too hard to hear. Randy was one of the best we have heard in our many ghostly tours in other cities. His storytelling was informative, humorous, and with just the right...More
Randy really knows how to tell great stories. We really enjoyed his highly energetic, creative approach to telling a lot of the stories that make up San Antonio's history. He was really entertaining, and respected his audience in that he didn't use any cheap gimmicks...More
As we later learned these ghost tours can be lots of fun but only if your are interested in entertainment without any historical accuracy. This is pure entertainment and everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves, but we were staying up late in hopes of hearing...More
We met up with the tour group in the Alamo Plaza (in front of the Menger Hotel next to the Alamo). There were about 15 of us, so it was a larger group.
Randy was a fun, eccentric tour guide with lots of interesting stories...More
We saw a Groupon for this tour and since we were in the area at the Riverwalk, decided to check it out. The tour meets beside The Alamo in a pretty little gazebo in the park area across the way and the tourguide, Randy, is...More