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16. Green Vegetarian Cuisine: San Antonio's 'first and only' vegetarian restaurant located on Flores Street.  
17. Alamo City Rollergirls: San Antonio's own roller derby league.  
18. Buckhorn Saloon and Museum: A kitschy museum filled with relics of big-game taxidermy, a wax museum, and other campy American-style memorabilia...  
19. Southtown: The nexus of San Antonio's contemporary art scene.  
20. FotoSeptiembre USA: A citywide international photography exhibit event held for the entire month of September.  
21. Texas Football Classic: An event held in San Antonio in August where ten of the top Texas high school football teams complete.  
22. Texan: The term referring to Texas residents that was adopted subsequent to 'Tejanos' and 'Texians'.  
23. St. Anthony Hotel: A historic Wyndham hotel on Travis Street in San Antonio.  
24. Rio Grande: A famous river to the near east of San Antonio.  
25. Retama Park: A horse-racing facility about fifteen minutes northeast of the city of San Antonio.  
26. New Braunfels: A little German-themed town where one can find bratwursts right alongside the normal Texas barbeque.  
27. Schlitterbahn: A German-themed water park in New Braunfels.  
28. Hetzberg Circus Collection and Museum: The oldest collection of circus memorabilia in the U.S.; part of the San Antonio Public Library.  
29. General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna: Leader of the Mexican Army at the Battle of the Alamo in 1836.  
30. San Jacinto Day: On April 21st, a celebration of the Battle of San Jacinto, the final battle of the Texas Revolution and the one tha...  
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