Long Term Tourist

Moving to a new city is such an exciting time and gives you the perfect excuse to explore! Of course, we all know what San Antonio is known for: the Riverwalk and the Alamo.

BUT those two things only cover 1 mile of this great city. I am here to enlighten you to some of my favorite sites of San Antonio, as well as, the surrounding cities.

Some other historic places to visit in San Antonio include the Mi Tierra Cafe in Historic Market Square, San Fernando Cathedral, and the McNay Art Museum (all pictured below).

When I first moved to Texas I knew very little about the multiple-large cities found within the state lines. Some of my favorite cities to visit include:

Fredricksburg, TX, which is home to numerous Texas wineries found just off of U.S. Highway 290.

DFW area which includes the Texas State Fair in Dallas, TX (highest attended fair in America) and the MLB Texas Rangers can be watched at Globe Life Park in Arlington, TX.

Austin, TX where you can catch a home of the UT Longhorns football game at Darrell K Royal Stadium.

Houston, TX, which is the most populous city in the state.

Janelle Sventek

Janelle is a third year student attending UIWRSO, working as a blog writer to share personal experiences about her time in optometry school.

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Author: Janelle Sventek

Janelle is a third year student attending UIWRSO, working as a blog writer to share personal experiences about her time in optometry school.

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