I live in San Antonio and I love it
Spurs for life
I live in San Antonio! Is a bad city in Texas!
Very low crime rates. Schools tend to be top-notch, especially in NEISD. Food is fantastic, people are super friendly, and it has the largest tree canopy in any urban city in the USA
The Tex-Mex food is to die for. Watch out for 1604 and I-10 during rush hours, it gets nuts. Drivers are absolutely awful. AKA Military City USA... SO many military bases. And don't forget the Alamo
Crime is not to bad and the schools here are good. It is a very family oriented city and it is growing fast as well.
I like all the places you can eat at in San Antonio and there is a lot for tourist to do. I did not like that you have to drive everywhere and I wish the city was more urban but overall it's a good place to live in.
San Antonio just offers a higher quality of life than other cities in Texas. Good for Family and business.
We love the climate if you can withstand the hot summers where temp reach 100F or above on some days mainly in July and August.
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I really enjoyed it when we went to to the Sea world down there when I was a teenager. Then in high school senior I played at tthe NBA Spurs gym against a team and then the next day we watched Michael Jordan and the wizards played the San Antonio Spurs. It was an awesome experience there. From the weather to the Hispanic culture was awesome experience. I would like to live down there too.
What stood out was the Alamo, the Riverwalk and the beautiful Hispanic culture there. It is awesome visiting there.
San Antonio Texas is one of my favorite places to visit, year after year! The locals are so friendly and helpful. This is truly a hospitality town. There are so many places to visit and things to do. The Riverwalk, to the Alamo, the San Antonio Zoo, Seaworld, Fiesta Texas, the list goes on. This city takes multiple visits to be able to see all the sights.
The shopping and restaurants in this town are top notch. There is no better place in all of Texas to have your fill of Tex-mex dining.
Be sure and find a local guide that will take you to the best authentic restaurants in town. Eat where the locals eat. You can find a chain restaurant anywhere, in any city. So definitely go off the beaten path to some hole in the wall restaurants for the best cuisine experience.
Be sure and ask for local drinks at any bar or club you go to.
Chamoy, sour pickles and hot Takis are the best garnishes for any margarita, beer or daquiri. Try a Michelada!
Especially during the Fiesta celebration that takes place in April. That would be the best time of year to visit San Antonio.
And if you want to avoid the touristy aspect of the Alamo, seek out the Espada missions Swing by the haunted railroad tracks too!
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