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San Antonio Healthy Hot Spots

San Antonio Healthy Hot Spots

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Healthy hot spots in San Antonio, Texas
Healthy hot spots in San Antonio, Texas

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Published by: vegancooking on Feb 26, 2012
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Deep in the heart of Texas,you’ll find San Antonio. Hometo the Alamo, Tex Mex and theRiverwalk. With tons of familyfriendly things to do and seeSan Antone is abeautiful cityfull of history as well as someprettyhip stuff.I had thechance to spend 5fantasticdays there, immersing myself inSan Antonian culture, havingbeena contestant in the 1stannual
 
Race to the Alamo! Itwas an experience I’llneverforgetas my husband and Iteamed up to form TeamHealthy Voyager, taking thegold 2 out of the 3 race days!Our challenges took us all overtown andwe loved everyminute of it. Starting with a VIPriver barge cruise we then race in new
 
Bike World
 
public bikesto thePearl. We then faced offis a salsa cookoff atthe
 
Culinary Institute ofAmericaand ended our first dayat
 
Sea World. Onday 2 weexplored the
 
San Antonio Zoo,the Shops at
 
La Cantera
 
andscavenger hunted aroundthe
 
Institute of Texan Culture.The final and most exciting dayof all, we began at the
 
SanFernando cathedral. Next weshot videos around the
 
SanJose Mission, trimmed Boanzaitrees at
 
La Villita
 
and thenraced aroundthe
BuckhornMuseum
 
on a fun fact hunt.The last and most adrenalinepumped challenge took us tothe top of theTower ofAmericas
 
where we foundclues that took us tothe
 
Alamo
 
where each teamhad to sustain a conga line withthe largest number of peoplefor 15 minutes.Despite the 105 degreeweather, we had a blast. Thefolks of San Antonio couldn’thave been nicer and we sawthe city in ways that we maynot have had it not been for thegrand adventure we wereinvited on! And of course, therewas a lot of eating! No matterwhat you may think aboutTexMex or BBQ, I found lots ofdelicious healthy options sohere we go!After the first race night, weheaded out to Alamo Heights todine at
 
Adelante’s MexicanRestaurant. Hands down one ofthe best decorated eateries thatI’ve ever been to, Adelante’sboasts healthy Mexicancuisine. For over 30 years, thiskitchy and colorful locale hasbeen serving healthier Mexicandishes with pride. The menu islarge and the options for vegan,veggie, gluten freeand low fat aretremendous.Everything is lightand fresh (notcommon words thatcome to mind whendescribing Mexicanfood). I loved mysweet potato tamale,my tofu and blackbean enchilada,guacamole salad anmost of all, myvegan crispy taco.I’d never seen apuffed up taco shelland I have to say, it’spretty darn good!Dine with them at 21Brees Blvd, SanAntonio, TX78209–4001,
 
(210)822–7681
 
.If you’re looking for a goodtime, need to wash your car orclothes and/or can’t find ababysitter on a Friday night,then
 
The Cove
 
is your answer!This car wash, laundromat, bar,restaurant, playground is one ofthe coolest places I’ve everbeen to. This concept is allinclusive weather you’re singleor a family, there is somethingfor everyone. Live music and afun bar, picnic tables outsidenear the playground andbasketball court and a place totake car of your car and clothesbusiness, who could ask foranything more? Well, the menudoesn’t disappoint and that’s afact! I got a great gluten freebeer along with a delicious andflavorfulvegan baconcheeseburger. Hubby got the
 
San Antonio Healthy Hot Spots

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