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226. Fort Sam Houston: An army post in San Antonio, locally referred to as "Fort Sam".  
227. Buffalo Soldiers: Historic African-American cavalry fighters.  
228. Paseo Del Rio: The Paseo Del Rio Holiday Festival is a huge celebration that starts on the Friday after Thanksgiving and lasts unt...  
229. Casa Rio: The first restaurant to open on the Riverwalk in 1946, featuring Tex-Mex food and riverboat dancing.  
230. Ranchero: A Mexican rancher.  
231. Aztec on the River: A restored historic movie theater that features educational programs and a Mighty Murlitzer theatre organ.  
232. Drury Hotel: Housed in the restored Petroleum Commerce Building, a historical landmark, this hotel sits directly on the Riverwal...  
233. Mexican Manhattan: A restaurant overlooking the San Antonio River where one can order a pretty decent Margarita.  
234. Rivercenter Mall: A shopping center located on the River Walk.  
235. Roots Music Report: A radio show featuring roots blues, country, rock and jazz music.  
236. Starbucks Hear Music Coffeehouse: A unique music store/coffee shop where customers can burn personalized CDs while sipping their lattes.  
237. Amigo's: Local 'ambassadors' that can provide information or even first aid, identifiable by turquoise shirts and straw hats...  
238. Downtown All-Around Playground: A free playground for children, built entirely through volunteer efforts.  
239. Milam Park: A renovated park in downtown San Antonio, often rented out for events like weddings and fundraisers.  
240. UTSA's Institute of Texan Cultures: A museum and library in HemisFair Park, in the downtown area.  
 
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