No Trip to San Antonio Should be Made Without This Bucket List Guide
San Antonio author Denise Barkis Richter has just released a sequel to her very popular book “100 Things to Do in San Antonio Before You Die”. This 2nd edition contains a revised list of your passport to fun in the Alamo City.
This is a comprehensive book that is fun, quirky and celebrates the top ways to connect with the city and nearby surroundings. Broken down into chapters about: culture & history, food & drink, music & entertainment, sports & recreation, and shopping & fashion, there is something of interest for everyone visiting our fair and festive city. From information on breakfast tacos, museums, parades, smoked brisket, green spaces, margaritas and so much more, San Antonio knows how to throw a great party, eat and drink well, celebrate our parks and show off our culture. And Denise has explored them all first hand. For a city that pre-dates the Declaration of Independence, San Antonio has a youthful vibrancy that belies its age. On any given day, something is being celebrated!
One of only 23 USESCO World Heritage Sites in the United States and the only USESCO World Heritage Site in Texas, San Antonio’s eighteenth- century Spanish Colonial missions; Concepcion, San Jose, San Juan Capistrano, Espada and San Antonio de Valero (The Alamo) are a sight to behold and draw thousands of visitors all year long.
See Denise’s interview about the book on KENS 5: Your San Antonio News Source
Tacos and barbecue (San Antonio’s two major food groups) can be found all over the city! Ask a local where to go and they are happy to share their top spots, as everyone has their favorite. And the same is true about the margaritas. Denise shares many favorites in this book and no matter where you are at any given hunger strike, you won’t be far from one of them. You will eat and drink well in San Antonio my friend!
Romance, history, arts, culture, nature, food & drink, San Antonio, Texas has it all and more! The Alamo City, the 7th largest municipality in the United States, conveys a small-town vibe. (Many visitors are surprised at how large it really is.)
What do locals love most about their city? Barbacoa! The Spurs! The River Walk! Fiestas! Come join the party that is San Antonio, but be sure to pack this book before you visit! You won’t want to miss anything about this culturally rich city.
Bienvenidos to America’s best town!
“100 Things to Do in San Antonio Before You Die”, 2nd Edition is available wherever books are sold. This book is part of the 100 Things to Do Before You Die series, by Denise Richter.
Denise will be signing her books at the following:
Saturday, July 6 from 11am to 1pm
The Twig, 306 Pearl Pkwy #106, San Antonio, TX 78215
Saturday, August 3 from 1 -4 pm
Half Price Books at San Pedro Crossing, 125 Northwest Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78216
Both are free and open to the public.
**Full Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for my review, but not to worry, all opinions are 100% mine. This post also contains affiliate links. This means if you purchase something via those links, I receive a small percentage of the proceeds at no cost to you.