Photo of a horse-drawn carriage making its way through the wintertime twinkle lights in San Antonio, Texas.

Wintertime fun in the Alamo City!

horse-drawn-carriageA gigantic GRACIAS to Flicks and Food’s Johnnie Moët De La Garza for this fabulous post on my book, “100 Things To Do in San Antonio Before You Die.” Johnnie, a fellow SATX blogger, and I met at my Taco Cabana book launch this spring, and she’s been an ardent supporter ever since. Thanks, Johnnie!

The holidays are my favorite time of year in San Antonio. If you’re a native, take advantage of all our beautiful city has to offer. If you aren’t, book a trip! You won’t be sorry. In fact, I predict you’ll make it an annual pilgrimage.

De-stress. Stroll along the River Walk in a sea of lights hand-in-hand with your amor. Soak up San Antonio’s Christmas spirit. It’ll do you good. Check out Johnnie’s post for ideas on how to make the most of this time of year!

For even more ideas of fun things to do and see in San Antonio, visit Barnes & Noble, The Twig, Whole Foods, Half Price Books on Broadway, Costco, Sam’s and Hudson News to purchase “100 Things To Do in San Antonio Before You Die” by yours truly. It makes a GREAT gift. Use my book as your passport to fun in the new year. ¡Viva San Antonio!

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