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The public transportation issue is a controversial here most definitely but for now I 100% advise a vehicle. In the winter, you’ll probably only use your winter coat a handful of times. I’ll be interested to see if its risen when they do the next census in a couple of years. It really should go without saying, you should secure employment before moving here.
Of course not everyone is nice, but I feel like you’d have to go out of your way to get rude responses generally. Some other options in the area are Whole Foods (2 locations), Trader Joe’s (2 locations), Sprouts (2 locations), and La Fiesta (mostly central, west and south SA).
I think everyone thinks that about where they’re from, but in my experience we have some pretty shitty drivers lol.
But it’s not nearly as bad as Houston or Austin or some other major cities in the U. Where you live and commute to will most readily impact your experience of traffic, so results may vary.
There’s an overpriced restaurant inside it the slowly revolves 360 degrees while you dine. You can ride the elevator for free to have a drink at the bar, that way you can get the view without breaking the bank for the observation deck. Monday-Friday, and is best time to go for [email protected] Main Plaza – An old church that has a pretty cool light show at night [email protected]~ Central Library – The famous Enchilada Red library downtown, lots of books, and they have art inside like the Fiesta Tower seen here. Pre show isn’t ads but weird You Tube videos related to the movie you’re going to watch.
I think its pretty cool, but some say its an eyesore. Woodlawn Theater - Live theater, saw Rocky Horror Picture Show here once upon a time. I'd characterize it as intimate, black box style theater. The Bijou Cinema Bistro - This isn't just another theater, its the art theater in town! I'm putting a free symbol because you don't money to look around, but you'll want money to get your food [email protected] Check out some local Murals – Here’s a PDF of locations.