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San Antonio Riverwalk
iOS Universal Travel
They say "every Texan has two homes, his own and San Antonio.” San Antonio is the most visited city in Texas, so welcome to the crowd! Each year, millions of tourists a year pour into the city to explore the Riverwalk, see the Alamo, and have some fun at the festivals.
This app will help you navigate the Riverwalk with ease – finding restaurants locals love and discovering the city’s historic charms and giving you all the essential details you’ll need to prioritize the offerings. No need to settle for a mediocre meal or drink when a great one is right around the bend! A wide selection means there’s plenty to choose from – both tried-and-true standbys and pleasant surprises.
Order a prickly pear margarita and fresh guacamole made tableside at Boudro’s or a bowl of German split pea soup at Schilo’s. Listen to live jazz at The Landing or enjoy the belly dancing at Dolores Del Rio. Go big with an upscale evening at Biga on the Banks or indulge in a Mexican pastry at Mi Tierra Café for less than a couple of bucks.
In any and all cases, let the Texans show ya some hospitality!
••• About the Author •••
Amy K. Brown is a writer, photographer, and graphic designer who loves living in Texas. She is the author of Austin, San Antonio & and Hill Country and Backroads & Byways of Texas. www.amykbrown.com
••• About Sutro Media •••
This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!
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