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Help with Walking Question

DVB
Plainfield, Illinois
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Help with Walking Question

I already posted this question, but I had the wrong address the first time.

Is it walkable to walk every morning and afternoon from Drury Plaza 105 S. St. Mary's to 660 N. Main Ave. San Antonio?

I looked up Google maps and it says to walk right down N. Main Ave. but not knowing area I am not sure if this is a very very busy street or not. It also says it is .7 miles.

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1. Re: Help with Walking Question

It will be a pleasant walk..A straight shot with sidewalks along the whole route..If there is inclement weather, you can easily catch many busses to and from town...Nearby,there is a very good place for breakfast or lunch..It is a small place called Pete's..Also within a couple blocks there is Luby's,Lulu's,Cove, and many fast food places on San Pedro, a couple of blocks West...

San Antonio, Texas
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2. Re: Help with Walking Question

Yes it a safe walk & shouldn't be a problem.

San Antonio, TX
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3. Re: Help with Walking Question

Yep, you can walk it. Riverwalk to Southwest School of Art and Craft is a beautiful walk.

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