Viva San Antonio!

By Newsroom America Feeds at 30 Dec 2017

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Viva San Antonio

Illustration by Cruz Ortiz

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Covered wagons in front of the Alamo, 1868 "Why 2018 is the perfect time to revisit San Antonio"

Delve into the rich history of the Alamo City on the occasion of its grand tricentennial. With so many lively events, exhibitions, and performances in honor of San Antonios big 300th birthday, theres never been a better time to visit this crown jewel of Texas.

Photo: UTSA Special Collections

Cathedral of San Fernando, San Antonio "18 Trips for 2018"

Weve curated 18 trips that range from learning about the historic Apollo 8 mission at Space Center Houston to seeing storybook sculptures in Abilene to riding in restored streetcars in El Paso. Make 2018 your most adventurousand funyear yet.

Photo: E. Dan Klepper

Waverlys Coffee & Gifts owner Sean Grose welcomes guests "Craft brewery and coffee shop lead Ciscos revival"

Long after Conrad Hilton bought his first hotel here, the Eastland County town has new reasons to visit.

Photo: Michael Amador

Also this month:

Texas touring musicians share their travel hacks for the road; take a bicycling tour through the Hill County; Camp Comfort provides an antidote to lifes stressful moments;Texas only caffeinated plant makes a buzzworthy tea; Burgers, airplanes, and chicken-fried steak at Uvaldes Hangar Six Cafe; Hickory Hollow is Houstons go-to spot for comfort food and bluegrass jams; where to find dog-friendly trails, restaurants, and lodging in Central Texas; Val Verde Winery has been making wine in Del Rio for 135 years; the Daytripper finds sushi, phonographs and biking in Mount Pleasant; talking baseball and country music with Charley Pride; and the intriguing history of San Antonios Japanese Tea Garden

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Commemorate San Antonios Tricentennial celebration with this original artwork for the January 2018 issue cover: Viva San Antonio by San Antonio-based printmaker and artist, Cruz Ortiz. This 18" x 24" piece is the perfect way to show off your Texas pride and celebrate the Alamo Citys monumental anniversary. Buy your print!

Viva San Antonio cover by Cruz Ortiz

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