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A well-rounded diet draws from each category of the food pyramid, including vegetables, soft rocks, energy drinks, and pie. Build a complete meal with this Groupon. $25 for $50 Worth of Organic Groceries Customers shop by category to find baby bok choy ($1.49/pound), Organic Valley omega 3 eggs ($3.39 for six eggs), almond milk ($3.29 for 32 ounces), and beef stir-fry loin tips ($9.59/pound). Chefs prepare a selection of prepared foods including all-american veggie burgers ($21.95; serves four) and vegan asian lettuce wraps ($17.99; serves two). All orders are delivered at no extra cost.
You get a voucher redeemable for $20 at The G Spot Thrift Shop. Print out your voucher, or redeem on your phone with the Yelp app.
You get a voucher redeemable for $75 at Mandala Tibetan Shop. Print out your voucher, or redeem on your phone with the Yelp app.
Laughter has healing power, especially after you've watched a sad film or seen a sad person fall down. Laugh at professionals with this GrouponLive deal. The Deal $22 for two to see Esther's Follies (up to a $48 value) Seating: general admission Door time: 30 minutes prior to showtime. Ticket values include all fees. Click here for a list of available showtimes. Esther's Follies – Promotional Montage 2012 Continuing its 36th season, Esther's Follies turns politics on its head once again with comedy sketches, song-and-dance routines, and mind-bending magic. The production aims its comedic cross hairs at modern political inanities ...
The Fine Print
Limit 2 per customer, additional as gifts; up to 2 vouchers may be combined to extend stay • Only valid for stays until December 30, 2013 • Reservations required and subject to availability • Not valid toward existing or room block reservations • Voucher valid for up to 2 guests • Nights must be spent consecutively; all inclusions must be redeemed during one stay • 16.75% tax not included; payable directly to the property • Credit card information and photo ID is required at check-in • Blackout date(s): May 24-26; July 4-6; August 30-September 1; November 28-30, December 27-28
The Destination True to the Mexican half of its Tex-Mex roots, San Antonio is not unlike a piñata—chock full of surprises and exploding with excitement. History buffs, of course, will not want to forget the Alamo, but more contemporary travelers will find a host of modern attractions along the city's meandering River Walk—a tree-lined waterfront playground where cafés and clubs virtually spill over the banks. Art galleries and fusion restaurants are in no short supply, and the bustling open-air mercado at Market Square offers everything from hand-crafted turquoise jewelry and Western wear to the choicest local produce. The Digs A Beckmann Inn and Carriage House, set just steps from the river in the heart of this historic district, is just one of the neighborhood's many relics from those halcyon days. When you step onto the wraparound porch and into the inn, you'll be stepping into a gift—literally. This converted 1886 home was originally a wedding present for a flour baron's daughter. Each of five restored guest rooms features elegant furnishings reminiscent of the Victorian era, like large wooden armoires and stately bed frames. The Diversions • Soak up the Venetian canal-like setting of the River Walk's restaurants and shops • Tour the city by trolley through the King William Historic District • Brush up on your history at the city's most infamous site: The Alamo • Shop the vibrant El Mercado, a funky Mexican marketplace • Marvel at the grandeur of San Fernando Cathedral
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