The first time I flew into San Antonio International Airport, it seemed surprisingly small for the nation’s seventh-largest city.

It wasn’t a bad first impression, but much like my first visit to the Alamo, I expected something more. More flights. More people. More terminals. More hustle and bustle! Some kind of tangible, overwhelming, exhausting and frantic expression that this city was the place to be, and I was lucky to be stepping into it (I was).

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