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  • San Marcos is a college town in the Central Hill Country region of Texas in the United States of America, about half an hour's drive south of the state's
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  • San Marcos: San Marcos (Antioquia) San Marcos (Sucre) San Marcos (Costa Rica) San Marcos (department, Guatemala) San Marcos, capital of San Marcos
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  • school and attending Southwest Texas State Teachers' College (now Texas State University-San Marcos) in San Marcos, Texas. Later, Johnson launched his congressional
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  • For other places with the same name, see Texas (disambiguation). Texas is the second largest and second most populous state in the United States of
    33 KB (4,917 words) - 02:09, 29 April 2016
  • north of San Antonio. Stonewall, about 15 miles East of Fredericksburg on Highway 290. San Marcos, about half an hour south of Austin, San Marcos is the
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  • being voted the world's best waterpark. San Marcos - 36 miles east of Blanco, San Marcos is the home of Texas State University and its Aquarena Center
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  • voted the world's best waterpark. San Marcos - 50 miles southeast of Johnson City, San Marcos is the home of Texas State University and its Aquarena Center
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  • voted the world's best waterpark. San Marcos - 50 miles northeast of San Antonio, San Marcos is the home of Texas State University and its Aquarena Center
    69 KB (8,272 words) - 23:41, 16 May 2016
  • being voted the world's best waterpark. San Marcos - 56 miles southheast of Stonewall, San Marcos is the home of Texas State University and its Aquarena Center
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  • an itinerary. The San Marcos River is a spring-fed river in the Texas Hill Country. It is fed from the Edwards Aquifer near San Marcos, and flows through
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  • Austin (redirect Austin, Texas)
    still runs, pulled by a 60s diesel engine. San Marcos - 32 miles south of Austin, San Marcos is the home of Texas State University and its Aquarena Center
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  • San Marcos river. Contact local outfitters for rentals. Put in at SH-90 about five miles west of town, take out at Zedler Mill. free.  Central Texas Oil
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  • due to the huge numbers of students from universities in nearby San Antonio and San Marcos. As the name implies, it has a German heritage, and many of the
    16 KB (1,754 words) - 23:40, 7 May 2016
  • Conservation Corps park, about an hour east of San Antonio. Activities include canoeing the San Marcos River, hiking, biking, swimming, and tubing. Primitive
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  • being voted the world's best waterpark. San Marcos - A popular riverside destination, this town is the home of Texas State University and its Aquarena Center
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  • Fredericksburg is a city in Texas, west of Austin and north of San Antonio. Fredericksburg was settled by immigrant families from Germany in 1846, led
    23 KB (2,649 words) - 20:43, 5 May 2016
  • Buellton (an alternate route to US-101 on the coast is State Route 154 over San Marcos Pass; this route is shorter but narrower and with sharper turns that necessitate
    55 KB (8,104 words) - 16:52, 16 March 2016
  • Madisonville, Crockett and Nacogdoches. West on SH-21 will take you to San Marcos, San Antonio and Austin. Travelers headed to downtown Austin are best served
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  • being voted the world's best waterpark. San Marcos - 20 miles north of Seguin, San Marcos is the home of Texas State University and its Aquarena Center
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  • Braddock Expedition Breaking Bad Tour California Zephyr Canoeing the San Marcos River Continental Divide Trail Craft brewery tour of Southwest Wisconsin
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