9. San Antonio Downtown - Bob Dunn Photography
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San Antonio, Street Scenes

San Antonio State Of Mind

I love the culture and vibe in San Antonio, and a recent trip downtown reminded me why. The Riverwalk tourista magnate still retains its charm. The Mercado, the old theaters and hotels, Paris Hatters for something to moderate the sun, La PanaderĂ­a for breakfast, live music in the parks, and any of a hundred great restaurants for dinner. And if you’re lucky, you’ll find yourself at MuertoFest, the annual celebration of Dia de Los Muerto, the Day of the Dead.

 

Time moves more quickly than usual here, Before you know it and before you’re ready, it’s time to go. But you’ll be back.

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