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Festive plaza in La Villita, a complex featuring shops run by local artisans, offers a more unique experience than the souvenir-selling El Mercado.  Aside from shopping for authentic hand-made goods, the rich history here makes it especially engaging! Self-guided walking tours (many found for fre...

Festive plaza in La Villita, a complex featuring shops run by local artisans, offers a more unique experience than the souvenir-selling El Mercado. Aside from shopping for authentic hand-made goods, the rich history here makes it especially engaging! Self-guided walking tours (many found for fre...

San José—the largest and most impressive of the San Antonio Missions—has evolved not only into a historic monument but well-preserved component of modern, local life.

San José—the largest and most impressive of the San Antonio Missions—has evolved not only into a historic monument but well-preserved component of modern, local life.

Mayapan is a Pre-Columbian Maya site a couple of kilometers south of the town of Telchaquillo in the state of Yucatán, Mexico. Mayapan was the political and cultural capital of the Maya in the Yucatán Peninsula during the Late Post-Classic period from the 1220s until the 1440s.

Mayapan is a Pre-Columbian Maya site a couple of kilometers south of the town of Telchaquillo in the state of Yucatán, Mexico. Mayapan was the political and cultural capital of the Maya in the Yucatán Peninsula during the Late Post-Classic period from the 1220s until the 1440s.

Victoria, B.C. Canada

Victoria, B.C. Canada

McNay Art Museum...Located in a Spanish Colonial Revival house (the former home of art collector Marion McNay), the McNay Art Museum opened its doors as the first modern art museum in San Antonio in 1954. The house (now with several modern additions) and the surrounding grounds themselves make for a beautiful visit...

McNay Art Museum...Located in a Spanish Colonial Revival house (the former home of art collector Marion McNay), the McNay Art Museum opened its doors as the first modern art museum in San Antonio in 1954. The house (now with several modern additions) and the surrounding grounds themselves make for a beautiful visit...

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