San Antonio

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Serene and Soothing San Antonio

The City of San Antonio is one of the oldest European settlements in Texas, USA and consists of a cosmopolitan society comprising of Native Americans, Spanish, and Mexicans that are well in evidence if you stroll along the River Walk. La Villita, regarded as a National Historic District is an old town located in this area and has some of the best arts and craft shops one could find. The River Walk is also a green oasis lined with cypress trees and stone bridges providing a lush and beautiful landscape for visitors to enjoy and relax in.

San Antonio is also renowned for its wonderful museums that showcase paintings from famous artists such as Pablo Picasso and Diego Rivera. For those preferring the modern arts, a must visit is the McNay museum with its ornate setting of a Spanish colonial home in its twenty three acres of beautifully landscaped gardens.  You can also try the Aquatica a waterpark where South Texas meets the South Seas or take your children to the Sesame Street Bay of Play where there are a number of spills and thrills including a ten story plunge on what is called the ‘Journey to Atlantis’.

With nine huge shopping malls to satisfy even the biggest shopping addict, the San Antonio shopping experience offers easy and affordable options to suite everyone’s pocket. Here you will find whatever you’re looking for from Great Western wear to upscale department stores that sell designer brands and classic leather bags and shoes.  Whether its fascinating jewelry or arts and crafts, San Antonio has them all and you can access these shops easily by foot or motor.

A visit to these malls will also allow you to explore its charming neighborhood where handmade clothes and jewelry are sold in quaint shops. This will also provide an opportunity to view the lifestyles of the locals while sampling some of the dishes that are unique to the region.

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