Denise Barkis Richter, Ph.D. (UT-Austin, 1998, Journalism), started her blog, sanantoniotourist.net, in June 2010 to share her love of the Alamo City with fellow adventurers. Thanks to her parents, she’s been a traveler since she was a small child, and travel is her lifelong passion. Richter has lived and studied in Mexico, Spain, and Guatemala, and she has traveled extensively throughout Europe, Mexico, Guatemala, and Costa Rica. Richter’s love affair with San Antonio began at HemisFair, the World’s Fair, in 1968.
San Antonio has many hidden gems in addition to the world-famous landmarks like the Alamo and Riverwalk. Author Denise Richter visits the KENS 5 studios to talk about her new book, 100 Things to Do in San Antonio Before You
A new book shows the best that San Antonio has to offer, from major tourist spots to hidden gems that even many locals would not know about.
Denise Richter, author of 100 Things to Do in San Antonio Before You Die, 2nd Edition, talks about how the book came about three years ago and the second edition followed this year. She talks about the numerous things to
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