The Riverwalk winds through about 5 miles of San Antonio. The central portion is lined with restaurants and shops, and river taxis offer a convenient way to reach museums, a mall and other attractions. (Judith Evans/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/MCT)
The Riverwalk winds through about 5 miles of San Antonio. The central portion is lined with restaurants and shops, and river taxis offer a convenient way to reach museums, a mall and other attractions. (Judith Evans/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/MCT) MCT
The Riverwalk winds through about 5 miles of San Antonio. The central portion is lined with restaurants and shops, and river taxis offer a convenient way to reach museums, a mall and other attractions. (Judith Evans/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/MCT) MCT

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