San Antonio

I lived in San Antonio from December 2006 to October 2007. A lot happened during that time, I got married, had a baby, family troubles, etc, but I never did explore the great city I lived in. I have decided that if San Antonio is going to be where I live, I should take the time to get to know it! I spent sometime yesterday searching the internet and making a pin board on Pinterest on San Antonio. You can see it here: San Antonio, TX

There are so many fun and amazing things in San Antonio, I can't wait to do/see them all.

Eat and drink:

 
 
 
This place is a restaurant, laundromat, and carwash!
 
 
 
Natural food shopping:
 
 

 

Local, organic produce delivered to your door
 
 

 

Granola handcrafted in San Antonio
 
 
 
Things to do and see:
 
 
 the sanantonio riverwalk is a must see.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This is the school I am hoping to be able to enroll my children in. 
K-2 is a Montessori school: Monticello Academy
and then you move onto, 3-12 is an arts-infused Public Charter School: The San Antonio School of Inquiry and Creativity
I have always dreamed of sending my kids to a Montessori school, but they are quite expensive. To find a tuition free public charter school that is in line with what I believe in is amazing. 
 
 
Anyway, these are just a fraction of the places to go and things to see and do around San Antonio. There are even more museums and theme parks, zoos and aquariums. I really look forward to telling you about each and every place once from a personal perspective. I am really hoping to take full advantage of everything the city has to offer. 

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