March 15, 2017 1 min read

Most people know the Riverwalk area of San Antonio for its shops, dining, and nightlife. My favorite part of the Riverwalk, however, is the quieter, more serene mile and a half that stretches from the end of the touristy downtown all the way to the revitalized area around the old Pearl Brewery.  This stretch is full of hidden gems to explore and is a favorite destination of ours to grab a quick outdoor workout.  Staying out of the gym is a must for us on a pretty day and there's no better place than this stretch along the river. Just a quick drive from the office makes it an added plus and allows us a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of the work day.
Work hard, play hard, and love every minute of it.
Always find time to live Wild.
 


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