Ever consider a contract job in San Antonio, TX?
TX, the Lone Star State is where you'll find the nations 7th largest city, San Antonio. Home of the Alamo, picturesque neighborhoods, affordable housing, family friendly, plentiful job opportunities, and a wonderful downtown area are just some of the draws to the area.
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San Antonio has a very warm climate nearly year-round with a mild winter. During the summer months the weather is quite hot, averaging around 96 degrees. The winter months are much cooler, averaging around 43 degrees.
With a population of 1.5 million people San Antonio is a large metropolitan city. With an average home price around $155k, most find it to be affordable. Renting a one-bedroom apartment will run under $1,000 a month.
Located in the southernmost point of Texas, San Antonio is known for both Tex-Mex and BBQ which is why 2M is one of the most popular eats in the city. The chef here is whipping up traditional BBQ with a Tex-Mex flare. They serve up dishes like chorizo, jalapeno cornbread, Mexican street corn and traditional options like baby back ribs and brisket sandwiches. But be sure to check the hours or call ahead, they are only open Thursday thru Sunday 11-4 and sell out of their favorites at times.
Another great stop while in San Antonio is to The Esquire Tavern, home to the longest wooden bar top in Texas, over 100 feet long. The Esquire Tavern opened shortly after Prohibition. Located off the River Walk, they are busy serving up classic prohibition era cocktails and less common meals like Bison Burgers and Pork Schnitzel.
By far one of the most popular things to do while in San Antonio is do visit the Alamo. Touring the Alamo is free, but you can opt for a guided tour or audio tour to learn more about this historical site. After spending some walking the fort you can take a short walk and head over to the River Walk in Downtown. The River Walk spans 15 urban miles and is lined with dozens of shops, restaurants, and bars. It is free to stroll along the sidewalk and explore the shops or hop on a river barge for a guided tour. For a different view of the city, check out the Tower of Americas. Towering 750 feet over the city from up here you can take in all San Antonio and The Hill Country have to offer.
There are endless amounts of things to do around San Antonio, the Rodeo and Livestock Show puts on a great show, or explore underground caverns or ride rollercoasters at Six Flags. If outdoor adventures are your thing try tubing down the Guadalupe river or explore the quaint town of New Braunfels. The Texas Hill Country has so many things to from winery tours to guided hunts to water activities, you’ll never be bored here.
With multiple hotel options in the area it can be a bit overwhelming to find one, Extended Stay America located conveniently close to the San Antonio airport is a good option. Rooms come with full kitchens making long term stays more comfortable, as well as offering free Wi-Fi and breakfast and on-site laundry. They also have free shuttles to nearby locations as well as a pool, hot tub and workout room that normally free to all guests but due to COVID restricts are temporarily closed.
If you are traveling with an RV or camper there are multiple options in the San Antonio area, Greentree Village RV Park is long term stay friendly and located close to the airport. They offer sites with full hook up, laundry services, onsite convenience store, pool and Wi-Fi.