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Things to see in San Antonio

By Kyler Telge, Staff Writer

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If you are planning a trip to San Antonio you might want to check out your room before you head out to the streets. Walking is definitely a part of the experience of going to this famous city, you get to absorb the culture and see all the people going through their daily lives as you enjoy yourself exploring all what able to be seen.

I recommend you start your day off with a boat tour then get off for lunch at Hard Rock café, or maybe something light from subway right on the street off the river. Then enjoy some time in the countless stores in the shopping center around the Alamo, or even wait in line to see the historic site itself! If you fancy learning while in town there are a medley of different museums whether it be geared towards art or history.

After a long day stop perhaps stop by Acenar a Tex-Mex restaurant with a view. Although this isn’t the only option to choose, I can personally recommend this establishment as a wonderful dining experience.

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