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Fun things to do and see in San Antonio, Texas!

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San Antonio Tourist is now four years old! Since June of 2010, I’ve been blogging about fun things to do and see in the Alamo City. Thanks for exploring with me!

Please use this alpha-ordered list of all of my San Antonio Tourist blog posts to plan your next adventure.

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Bambino’s

Barbecue (B-B-Q) Station

Big Lou’s Pizza

Blue Moon

Blue Star Arts Complex

Bombasta, San Antonio’s Barrio Big Band

Boysville Thrift Store

Brackenridge Park

Broadway

Buffalo Exchange

Carver Community Cultural Center

Central Market

Chico’s Bakery

Chris Madrid’s

Crownridge Canyon Natural Area

Demo’s Greek Food

Don Pedro’s Mexican Restaurant

Earl Abel’s Restaurant

Eco Centro

El Milagrito

El Paraiso Original Ice Cream & Fruit Bars

España Bar de Tapas

Esperanza Center’s Peace Market

Esquire Tavern

Fiesta on Main

Florio’s Pizza

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Goodwill Stores and Donation Stations

Government Canyon State Natural Area

Green Vegetarian Cuisine & Coffee

Guillermo’s

Guitar Tex

Half Price Books

Halcyon

Haunted Tours of Downtown San Antonio

Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center

Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Il Sogno (Breakfast)

India Oven

Julian’s

Julian Gold

Kiddie Park

Landa Library

Las Colchas

La Villita

Madhatters Tea House and Café

Madison Square Park

Maymester 2012 Guest Bloggers

McCullough Avenue

McNay Art Museum

Medina River Natural Area

Mendez Cafe

Mission Concepción: Rudy’s Seafood

Mission Espada: B & B Smokehouse

Mission Reach Hike and Bike Trail

Mission Reach (B-cycle)

Mission San José: Nicha’s Comida Mexicana

Mission San Juan: Capparelli’s on Southcross

Museum Reach’s River of Lights

North Star Mall

Ocho

Off My Rocker

Olmos Park and Olmos Sports Complex

Otra Vez Couture Consignments

Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto of the Southwest

Painted Pony

Panchito’s Mexican Restaurant

Pasha Mediterranean Grill and Ali Baba International Market

Paulina’s Mexican Restaurant

Pearl Farmers Market

Pete’s Tako House

Phil Hardberger Park (East)

Phil Hardberger Park (West)

Pinky’s

Redbone

Restaurant Gwendolyn

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St. Anthony de Padua

St. Patrick’s Day

Salado Creek Greenway (Loop 410 to Lady Bird Johnson Park)

Salado Creek Greenway (McAllister Park to Lady Bird Johnson Park)

Salado Creek Greenway (Robert L.B. Tobin Park to Oakwell Trailhead)

San Antonio B-cycle: Mission Reach

San Antonio Book Festival

San Antonio Botanical Garden

San Antonio Museum of Art

San Antonio Public Library Main Branch

San Antonio River Walk Christmas Lights

San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium

San Fernando Cathedral

San Pedro Avenue

San Pedro Springs Park

Schilo’s Delicatessen

Schnabel’s True Value Hardware

Shag the Salon

Síclovía

South Texas Heritage Center

Southwest School of Art and Craft

Sunken Gardens

Taco Cabana

Taco Garage

Taco Taco

Tower of the Americas’ Happy Hour

Trinity University

Tripoint YMCA

Vegeria

VIA’s #7 Sightseer Special

West Olmos Drive

2 thoughts on “Fun things to do and see in San Antonio, Texas!

  1. WOW! Four years! Seems like yesterday you were posting on how to hop a VIA bus and enjoy highlights along Broadway, including a tasting feast at Central Market! What an accomplishment…this is way better than graduation day! Congratulations! VIVA Denise! Like always, I look forward to your next inspiring post which is driven by your passion for the city you love. And San Antonio loves you back! We all benefit from the gems of your treasure hunts…muchas gracias, mi amiga! Peggy Bowie

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