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This mission, located at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, was established in 1731. During that period, its vast land was used to cultivate agricultural products, such as maize, sweet potatoes, sugarcane and many more. In due time, it was the leading supplier to all other missions and settlements close by. Its community was self-sufficient with artisans producing tools and cloth. The mission housed a stone church and a granary. A larger chapel construction, however, never saw completion. When you visit, take the self guiding tour to discover the place at your own pace.
If your memories of movie theaters include sticky floors and shabby seats, the new Live Oak 18 cinema will surprise and delight. Featuring 18 screens, all of which have stadium-style seating, this spotlessly clean multiplex offers a good selection of first-run movies. There is a large concession area with fresh popcorn, cold drinks, nachos and candies. One thing hasn't changed from the old days of movie theaters is that Raisinets and Twizzlers licorice are still sold by the boxful. The spectacular sound system and comfortable, roomy seating, however, are all new. Call for show times and current releases.