The 25 weirdest attractions in San Antonio that are worth visiting

San Antonio has plenty of sights to see, from historic landmarks to museums to tourist traps — and then there's a bunch…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The Ashes of the Alamo Defenders
San Fernando Cathedral, 115 Main Plaza, sfcathedral.org
Let’s be real – Texans are irrationally passionate about the “heroes” of the Alamo. (We all have our own opinion.) And because Texans dare not disrespect the spirit of the Alamo and its defenders in any way – we still have their supposed ashes today. Santa Ana and his army may have defeated the Texans and burned their corpses, but Juan Seguin supposedly took the ashes and put them in a tomb. The tomb was lost for decades, but can now be found at San Fernando Cathedral. 
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The 23 most over-the-top restaurants in San Antonio

The Alamo City is a food city, and we also like to do things up big. That means we've got no shortage…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Papa Dante's
8607 FM1976, (210) 658-5261, papadantes.com
This small, family-owned Italian joint offers huge portions and a dining area that features walls 100% covered in movie and sports memorabilia. Those with short attention spans might shy away from bringing a date here… you won’t be able to stop looking at the over-the-top decor.  
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