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Bandera: The Cowboy Capital of TexasA quiet Old West settlement that looks like an old movie set, Bandera rests less than an hour’s drive northwest of San Antonio. All year long, visitors love this little Wild West town which locals proudly call “The Cowboy Capital of Texas”.

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Why you should visit Fredericksburg Texas

Just an hour northwest of San Antonio rests a historic German settlement, a sweet little Hill Country hamlet favoured by visitors and expat city dwellers captivated by Fredericksburg’s welcoming Old-World charm. But why should you take time out of your busy schedule to visit Fredericksburg? Read on.

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Where to Sample the Best Texas ChiliThe largest state in the continental United States, Texas has an official everything. So what’s the official state dish? A big bowl of hot Texas chili, of course!

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A Neighbourhood Guide to The San Antonio PearlEmerging as a new centre for food, shopping, art, education and fun, the San Antonio Pearl neighbourhood is exploding on the scene with new and exciting things for locals and visitors to love.

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The Most Beautiful Missions in San Antonio

by Janis January 2014 - last edited October

The Most Beautiful Missions in San AntonioPreserved by the National Historic Parks, San Antonio’s four historic missions are not only architecturally alluring, but also offer some of the area’s most interesting attractions. Here are some of San Antonio’s most beautiful missions to get your family-friendly, cultural adventure off to a great start. 

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Sculpture for All: Public Art in San Antonio

by Janis January 2014 - last edited October

Sculpture for All | San Antonio's Public ArtTake a Rio San Antonio Cruise around the downtown reach of the San Antonio River Walk and you’ll see all the restaurants, bars, outdoor cafes, theatres and sites loved by locals and tourists alike. But if you want to stretch your boundaries a bit and set off in search of the city’s hottest art, hail a Rio Taxi and head up the Museum Reach.

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