san antonio celebrates 300 years - built in gas bbq
Riverwalk and San Antonio "passport," a visit to SA provides a great way to see the cultural and historical sites. This year is the 300 th birthday of San Antonio, just like everything in Texas, they are doing big a year --
A long celebration.
The best way to capture most of the rivers is to take a walk along the river, which is 8 kilometers long and runs through the city center and is the gateway to many of San Antonio's attractions.
The Riverwalk is a 24-kilometer trail that winds through San Antonio.
Bob Hahn/Xita San Antonio.
ComI hit the winding sidewalk between the jogger and the dog
Walkers, stop from time to see the tile mosaic murals by the river.
In the distance behind me, with the faint voice of the city, I came to the San Antonio Museum of Art and visited the exclusive Museum of Spain: the Madrid museum exhibited Spanish paintings in 500, to commemorate the city's ties with Spain.
Many paintings have never been seen in the United States, including 40 Spanish masterpieces.
The teenagers around me were excited to take pictures of the work, and there was no doubt that they boasted about seeing Picasso's masterpiece.
Next up is the Witte Museum, where tickets for $22 allow you to enter the museum, where predators vs. prey: dinosaurs on land before Texas and fusion and Culture: The History of San Antonio in 300.
The exhibition shows all stages of San Antonio's life, including narration, artwork, painting and live theater.
Fusion and culture: the San Antonio exhibition in 300 lasts at the whitet Museum until January 6, 2019.
Finally, this is a minimalist video of the views of the sandemi people on their city, their feelings about what the city means to them and how they look forward to the future.
I have a good appetite. go to Pharm Table, the top restaurant in San Antonio-
The rich Persian bowl is comparable to my grandmother's. (
Don't tell her that's what I said. .
Chef and boss Elizabeth Johnson says San Antonio has won [UNESCO]
Designated "City of Food creativity, fusion of food culture.
We have a history of indigenous people, Canary Islands, Mexicans and Germans. Very few [cities]
Have the same composite material.
Of course, "Texas" and "barbecue" are synonymous with each other. at Alamo barbecue, this is the mouth --watering good.
Chef Jason Dady revealed that his barbecue was so memorable.
Alamo Grill company pit.
Natalie Koconis "half-flavored o, half-mustard-rub on the cow bris and then we use Jewish Salt and black pepper.
It creates an amazing bark.
Outside, the smoke from the cylinder
BBQ pit in the restaurant yard.
There are not only barbecues, but also a series of places that combine the history of Texas (
Many people affected by Spain)
Every family has its own modern cuisine.
To attend more three-year celebrations, I had to consciously limit my time at the restaurant.
Next stop, Pearl, near agem;
It was a former brewery.
Community space north of the city center.
From a distance and height, you can see the signs of brick, industrial Pearl area
Style loft and experience-
Style building-Sandy building-
Red chimney that displays the words "Pearl" and "pride.
The Pearl area is a popular area for tourists and locals.
Bob Hahn/Xita San Antonio.
Main Green of Pearl Keming
In the space, the square is lined with vendors, and the children are happy to pass through the splash pad in order to keep it cool.
I walked through the farmer's market, held all year round on weekends, leaving homemade pasta, handmade chocolate, and handmade beer-all created by sanzanian merchants.
Food is at the heart of the Pearl, and an upscale restaurant is a place of attention-a delicate Beach --
A brick building built in 1904 with bright white arches and window frames.
These days, once the Pearl executive office has a "Charc tank ".
"Charc tank when healing.
Huge glass container for Natalie koconisa
The icing is perfect.
I ordered the pig.
The cheek meat of the sauerkraut flower-this is the favorite dish of Canadians.
Tired of walking, I decided to take the Rio cruise to see the city from the river.
For $12, this is a great way to enjoy the Riverwalk.
Our charming Captain, Jerry. powered open-
The Sky barge proudly points out the bridge starring Jennifer Lopez in the movie Selena.
"If you look under the bridge [Jennifer]
In the movie you will see the driver of a ship-it's me!
"Restaurant, Hotel, andshops linethe River, in 35-
On a minute tour, we found the Tower of America (
San Antonio Space Needle)
Bright, tall, red Modern architecture
Look at Antorcha in La Amistad (
"Torch of Friendship", a gift from the Mexican government to the city).
You can see the view from the Tower of the American restaurant. Visit San Antonio
Jerry told us that even though they were high, "no building is allowed to cast a shadow in Alamo.
You cannot miss it; 4.
2 acres of limestone wall by the well-
Preservation of the Spanish delegation and its cathedral-
A tall building.
The best way to take the Alamo is to walk the audio tour.
It explains the history and everything behind the battle between the Mexican and Texas revolutionary in the 1800 s.
It's late this year, but 300 anniversary is still strong in San Antonio.
This is also a question to remember.
If you go: Start planning your trip atvisitsanatonio.
Hit the "passport" of San Antonio and go to SA!
Including the Children's Museum of San Antonio, DoSeum, and a birthday exhibition, which will attract adults and children by January 6, 300 The Tri art grant program supports local artists in the creation of works commemorating the culture and history of San Antonio. The St.
The Anthony hotel has Ballroom, chandelier and art to buy.
The hotel's swimming pool and rooftop terrace provide a barrier-free view of the city and a great place to watch the sunset. St.
The Anthony Peacock Alay Hotel feels the same as past guests in the hotel lobby, dressed in gorgeous costumes, and walks past the bright green carpet of "Peacock Lane.
After all, the king and queen of Spain have also lived here recently.