I'm leaving Corpus Christi, TX and moving to San Antonio in a few weeks. I haven't even visited the city since I was a little girl. Any suggestions? Comments?
Hi, figment, I have never been to that area, am from Dallas, rmcrayne another hubber is from there
San Antonio is great! Check out my Texana web page. Went there just a couple of weeks ago--eat at the river walk. All kinds of cuisine to choose from. See the Alamo--take any visitors there with you, before you grow accustomed to the atmosphere. We took some friends who had never been, had a great time.
Dallas is too big... Corpus is too salty... the only thing I like about the beaches is that you can drive and camp on them, but they are not very pretty
ok then at least there's a beach, I miss beaches. Here I go to the lakes, just ten minutes away. And yes Dallas is big, but not as big as what I am used to it, just right for me.
You might want to email rmcrayne. I need to go figment, bye for now.
Good for you
Sadly I don't know where it is but wish you all the best.
You like it I live here at have had pretty good luck have had a lot of fun! However get prepared for the heat!! Look forward to you coming down!!~~
You will ahve a lot of fun, I live down thr road in Austin and it seems to be a pretty relaxed fun part of the state!
I love San Antonio figment! I've written a hub about SATX and Hill Country travel, and LBJ State and National Parks. Also my 'Things I like to do at Christmas' is a lot of SATX and Hill Country stuff.
I love the Majestic Theater downtown. I really enjoy Hill Country day trips to Gruene, Wimberly, Fredericksburg, Johnson City, etc.
This 2nd time moving here, I decided to be further from Lackland and nearer to Hill Country highways, so moved near IH-10. I'm about 20 min closer when I want to go to someplace like Gruene.
I only visited San Antonio but I thought it was a very nice place. I really loved the RiverWalk and the Alamo is very special.
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