For much of the country, winter means cold and snow and a whole lot of ick: Roads get icy, sidewalks get slushy, and everyone heads indoors, hibernating like bears, until spring. Obviously, San Antonio doesn’t (usually) have this problem. One epic freeze aside, San Antonio’s temperate climate means life here goes on pretty much the way it does the rest of the year: wine on the patio, strolling the River Walk, yoga in the park….
San Antonio sprouts up as a top U.S. city for winter farmers markets
January 6, 2022 Published by