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1. Pulleybone: A wishbone  
2. Mariachi: A street performer.  
3. San Antonio Local Time: A reference to the relatively laid-back pace of the city.  
1. Luby's: A cafeteria-style restaurant founded in San Antonio in 1946 that has since grown into a pervasive feature of the Te...  
2. Dick's Last Resort: A popular chain restaurant on the Riverwalk; offers large amounts of reasonably priced and artery-clogging food.  
3. Mi Tierra CafĂ© & Bakery: A San Antonio landmark and local favorite, offers Mexican food 24-hours a day; in Market Square.  
 
1. Restaurant Row: The section of River Walk between the Crockett and Commerce Street bridges  
2. King William Historic District: A twenty-five block district south of the downtown and east of the river that features restored architectural maste...  
1. Cinco de Mayo: The 5th of May, a celebration to commemorate the day the Mexican Army defeated the French at the Battle of Puebla i...  
2. Alamo, The: A 4.2 acre complex commemorating the historic battle that occurred there during the Texas Revolution against Mexico...  
3. Ghost Tours: There are a lot of urban legends about ghosts in the San Antonio area, and of course, people have found a way to ca...  
 
 
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