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Old 04-12-2007, 01:32 AM
 
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what is san antonio texas like to live in?

how are the schools?

what is the weather like? is it hot or dry?

what are the people like? are they friendly or close-minded? im a northerner and texas people have a reputation for being close-minded. is it truth or lies?

what are some good neighborhoods in san antonio?

what are the cons to living there?

any other information would be so appreciated. thanks.
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Old 04-12-2007, 02:11 AM
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what is san antonio texas like to live in?
You may not know this but you started a 4 page thread asking the questions you did.

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how are the schools?
Good.

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what is the weather like? is it hot or dry?
Depends what time of the year it is.

It' hot during the summer and mild during spring and fall with it being cool-warm during winter.


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what are the people like? are they friendly or close-minded? im a northerner and texas people have a reputation for being close-minded. is it truth or lies?
The people are friendly. San Antonians are not close-minded at all. FYI: For the rest of the posters that will follow, there's a big difference between being close-minded and being either conservative/liberal.


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what are some good neighborhoods in san antonio?
There are tons. I can name a few if you'd like.

Tobin Hill
Monte Vista
Highland Hills
Alamo Heights
Castle Hills
Schertz
Stone Oak
Northwood
Windcrest
Sonterra
Shavano Park

I can go on all day.

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what are the cons to living there?
For most its probably the hot summers. However, you do get used to the heat. Also, only one current (two if you count the WNBA) major sports team.

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any other information would be so appreciated. thanks.
San Antonio is a great city.
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Old 04-15-2007, 04:21 AM
 
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that is because i am looking for a place to live. im looking into several places. thank you for input.
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