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If San Antonio had a taste & flavor, it would be a sweet Tex-Mex. It was one of the primary regions colonized by the Spanish. Today, more than half of its residents claim to following and preserving Hispanic heritage.
Although San Antonio is the seventh largest city in United States, the areas youd most probably want to visit are crowded in a gentrified, walkable downtown core. Many bars and restaurants are in a close proximity to Riverwalk where you can enjoy drinking and eating.
San Antonio is the second-largest city in the state of Texas and is a cultural gateway into the American Southwest. The US census 2006 marked the population of the city just under 1.3 million. The region receives alternately dry or humid weather with hot summers and mild to cool winters.
The weather turns warm and rainy in the spring and fall. However, snow is rare and only a few freezes occur annually. San Antonio is characterized for having a strong military presence in the States. It is home to Randolph Air Force Base, Lackland Air Force Base, Fort Sam Houston and Brooks City-Base, with Camp Stanley and Camp Bullis.
In San Antonio you can treat yourself with the several attention-grabbing places like River Walk, the Alamo and others. You can either enjoy yourself with the only-of-its-kind Tejano culture.
The city entices visitors with the Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, SeaWorld San Antonio and Six Flags Fiesta Texas theme parks and its successful National Basketball Association teams-the San Antonio Spurs. The land of San Antonio welcomes more then 20million tourists every year. Although the area spreads out, most sights are within walking distance from River Walk.
There are numerous annual functions celebrated in the town with all its zeal and fervors, offering something for everyone. The much awaited festival of the town is the Celebrate San Antonio held at the end of the year on South Alamo Street. You name any area of interest and the festival has it. It mainly features musical entertainment, food, several family activities and much more. The festival comes to an end with a fabulous fireworks show that welcomes in the New Year.
In the same month, is held another well-liked annual festival called Fiesta de las Luminarias. The path around River Walk is lined with about 7,000 luminarias - candle - lit, sand-filled-bags turning the regions darkness into light. Witness this spectacular view. The rationale behind celebrating this festival is to light Mary and Josephs path when they searched for shelter on the night before Jesuss birth.
The festival lasts for 9 nights and presents amazing Mexican-American traditions. Today, Fiesta is the most attractive annual celebration and is referred to as the Battle of flowers Parade. This 10-day city-wide festival is held to honor the memory of the heroes of the Battle of San Jacinto and the Battle of the Alamo. The festival features more than 100 events.
People either residents or outsiders are attracted alike by a large number of entertainment attractions the city has to offer. San Antonio has a distinct range of Ballets, theaters, operas, concert venues, cinema, museums and galleries. The Alameda Theater is one of the last grand movie palaces and is dedicated to Spanish-language entertainment. It is also known as the Latin Apollo Theater and is famous for the houses extensive black lighted murals.
The Lila Cockrell Theatre is a performing arts venue that anchors individual concert events, opera, ballet and theater. It also anchors multi-media presentations and general assembly events. The theater building is known for the Juan OGorman mosaic mural. These murals are referred to the development made by the confluence of civilizations in the Western Hemisphere.
However, the Majestic Theatre is characterized for featuring the San Antonio Symphony, individual concerts and touring Broadway shows. The sister theater to the majestic theater is the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre, and is home to smaller productions, banquets, cabaret, chamber orchestras and touring plays.
In Downtown, the area is brimmed with several lounges, restaurants and bars. Around the street, are concentrated the Palm, Mi Tierra Cafe Y Panaderia, Coyote Ugly, The Bonham Exchange, Rivercenter Comedy Club, Schilos Deli, Zinc Wine and Champagne Bar, Steers and Beers Saloon, Mortons, The Steakhouse, Swig Martini Bar, Zen Bar, Suede Lounge, Drink, Club Rive, Tequila Del Rey etc.
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