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One thing that San Antonio really does right and has going for it is public spaces. It has so many good ones all over downtown. It's kind of overwhelming really having to choose which ones to visit with the time you have to do it.
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Photos I got last week of Mission San Jose in SA, it was finished in 1782.

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San Antonio is a beautiful city (my favorite in Texas); although I lived there in the mid nineties so I’m admittedly biased.
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Yeah San Antonio has been on my bucket list to visit for street-level experience.

Why on earth did they build that butt-ugly observation tower? City deserved better. Lights at night help but...
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Yeah San Antonio has been on my bucket list to visit for street-level experience.

Why on earth did they build that butt-ugly observation tower? City deserved better. Lights at night help but...
World Fair 1968. I don't think it's udly It is designed by O'Neil Ford, probably THE preeminent modernist architect of central Texas. ALthough the tower at Trinity University is much more graceful looking in my opinion.
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Just went through a lot of photos in this thread. What a beautiful city we have! It's a shame I never spent more time downtown and around the central core when I was growing up there. I haven't been to the riverwalk in years.

Pearl has turned out fantastic. One of the most successful revitalization projects I've seen as a designer. To think that area was a dump and wasteland 10-12 years ago.
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Some , a lot of unseen angles, good
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World Fair 1968. I don't think it's udly It is designed by O'Neil Ford, probably THE preeminent modernist architect of central Texas. ALthough the tower at Trinity University is much more graceful looking in my opinion.
observation tower in sa-an is not ugly, the so-called pearl obser tower in shanghai is the ugliest among all.
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