Famously known as the home of the Alamo, San Antonio is Texas’ southern comfort at its finest. With its historical and world-renowned attractions, San Antonio is attractive to tourists while also providing a relaxing atmosphere for the locals at the same time. Having a rich Old West heritage mixed with Spanish heritage, there is plenty to see and do for all, with a hint of history around every corner. So why is San Antonio such a great place to live?
San Antonio, Texas is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, and it only continues to gain recognition as a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. Among the city’s attractions are its countless golf courses, many of which have gained attention for their scenery and playability.
Stephen Geri is a native to San Antonio, Texas. He enjoys visiting the city with his family and grandchildren, exploring all that San Antonio has to offer.
Johnny Cash and Vivian
The Riverwalk is one of San Antonio’s most popular places to see in the city. In 1951, Kingsland, Arkansas born country singer Johnny Cash carved “Johnny loves Vivian” into a cedar wood bench. Vivian Liberto was Johnny Cash’s first wife. The two declared this bench in the city as their own because of the long hours t...
While November bodes tailgating and intense football games that fans rave about, tennis fans are gearing up for the 2018 season starting with the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) World Tour accompanied with many other Cups and Tournaments. Whether you’re a fan of the sport or not, there are common misconceptions about tennis and today, we debunk those discrepancies with the truth.
For anyone who’s ever taken a rod and thrown it in water, you’ve been fishing. While some might think that fishing is one standard sport, there are actually many aspects to this outdoor activity. No matter if it’s your hobby, profession, or something you want to try, there are many different types of fishing.
Dedicated to her professional, Gale Peterson has spent an immense amount of time helping others perfect their game in golf. Building a world of better golfers, Peterson has taught countless lessons on the best practices of the sport. In her 30 years of experience, she has taught golfers from every scale of talent. Ranked as one of the best golf teachers by Golf Digest and Golf Magazine, here are a few takeaways from her lesson on perfecting your swing.
What do you think of when you think of fishing? Proper fishing gear, maybe a boat on the water, sunny weather, and warm water? Think again. Some of the biggest, best bass a fisherman will catch will be in the winter– chilly weather, winter jackets, a wool hat, and large smile on the fisherman’s face.
The winter season is surprisingly a great time of year to throw a line in the water. It’s especially a great time of year to go fishing along the Gulf of Texas and catch yourself a nice, big trou...
They say that you should never combine business with pleasure, but what they don’t mention is the exception to that rule. Bringing business to the golf course is a way to lighten the load and have fun while talk strategy. Most of the time businessmen have a reputation of being workaholics that don’t know when to leave their desks and actually have some fun. While there are mixed options on the topic of mixing golf with business, here are a few pros as to why the two go hand in hand.
Most Americans travel during the summer, as tourist season is at it’s peak, but adventurous vacations don’t have to take place solely in the summer. In fact, you can find great deals all year round. If you’re the adventurous type looking for a trip of a lifetime, here’s a list of destinations that surely won’t disappoint.
When cooler temperatures roll around for the winter, we all know that the holidays are coming soon after. Although San Antonio and the general state of Texas have an average of about 220 sunny days per year, the weather can still bring temperatures in the low 30s and 40s during the winter months.