Travel Nurse Assignments: Live Like a Local – San Antonio
Travel Nurse – Top Things to do in San Antonio, TX
Bienvenidos a San Antonio (Welcome to San Antonio)!
This city is an amazing mix of both urban comforts and natural beauty. As a Travel Nurse, we’re sure you’ll enjoy all this city has to offer. San Antonio is settled in the Texas Hill Country and reflects its rich Spanish and Texas cultural heritage. It is home to top tourist attractions such as the Alamo; but, if you’re interested in living and working here, check out some of the activities locals look forward to.
Around the City
Natural Bridge Caverns
You don’t have to go far to enjoy natural beauty in San Antonio. Natural Bridge Caverns offers an unforgettable experience as you travel by lamp light through underground rock formations or tour the Glen Rose Aquifer. The more adventurous can look forward to hiking and rappelling throughout the caverns.
Enjoy a walk along the San Antonio River. Along the way, you’ll find historical architecture, shopping, and excellent Tex-Mex dining. Take a stroll or a guided tour on a river boat.
Food and Drinks
Mi Tierra Cafe y Panaderia
Enjoy Tex-Mex food 24/7 at Mi Tierra! You can listen to live music and try a local treat, pan dulce (sweet bread), at their bakery.
If you like handcrafted beer and fresh food made from scratch, The Granary is the spot for you! You’ll find excellent barbeque reflecting the grilling traditions of several cultures and their beer is crafted on site!
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Sports fans can catch a basketball or hockey at the AT&T Center. Couples, families, or groups of friends can ride roller coasters and enjoy live entertainment at Six Flags Fiesta Texas.
During the summer, cool down the way Texans do by tubing down the Comal River or spending the day at Schlitterbahn Water Park. Located just outside of San Antonio in New Braunfels, TX, the Comal River is cool to the touch throughout the summer.
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Meet Rob Garza, Axis Blogger:
Rob is originally from Texas and currently lives in Philadelphia where he studies history. He spends his spare time trying new restaurants, staying fit, traveling, and can be found dancing to Latin music on weekends (we want pics!). He also speaks English and Spanish and is working on Tagalog, the national language of the Philippines, as a third language. Views on travel: “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” ― Augustine of Hippo