Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Pictures of our Trip to San Antonio

I must be doing something right at the gym, now. I'm not sore! Haha! While I'm not thrilled of driving to the gym in the dark of the morning, next week it'll probably be lighter, what with the time change and all. Sometimes I wish we didn't have daylight savings at all. I liked Arizona for that (back when I lived there).

Anyway, here are the pictures I took while in San Antonio:

The Alamo. You can't take pictures inside the shrine,
but there were displays inside I don't remember from
our trip in 1982. In fact, it was rather empty back then!

This is across the street from The Alamo. Where the Ripley's
sign is, used to be a Woolworth's in 1982.

This tree is inside the park area. I thought
it looked cool. The low building to the left
used to be part of the sleeping quarters.

Saw this while walking to the Riverwalk.

The Riverwalk

My daughter doesn't miss an opportunity to go geo-caching.
Here she is with the little container, ready to put it back
into it's hiding spot (after she put her name inside, of course).

During our boat ride, the tour guide warned us
of this photo opportunity. Sure looks like one
skinny building, doesn't it?

These seats face the stage (pictured below). Like the
natural padding?

Hey look - a picture of me and hubby! The stage is behind us.

Proof we had dinner ON the Riverwalk! And it was yummy!
I hope you enjoyed these pictures. They turned out better than I expected!

I WILL get some videos of the footy games posted tomorrow. I finally figured out how to do it! Yay!!

More links for Lyrical Press's Celebrate Paranormal Month:
Oct 28: http://lyricalpress.com/2013/10/28/celebrate-paranormal-month-renita-pizzitola/
Oct 28: http://lyricalpress.com/2013/10/28/celebrate-paranormal-month-brynna-currys-take-sword/

Have a great Tuesday!



JeffO said...

Very nice. I like that little amphitheater!

The Alamo looks awfully small.

Maria Zannini said...

Did you go on a day there were no people in San Antonio? LOL. I've never seen it so empty.

Stacy McKitrick said...

Jeff - The Alamo is small, and surrounded by the city. But it's free to see!

Maria - We were there on a Thursday afternoon. We didn't even have to wait in line for a boat ride! I guess we just got lucky, huh?

Bonnie said...

Great pictures. It looks like you had a fabulous trip. I love the theater and the skinny building looks like it disappears in the sky. You're getting to be a professional photographer.

LD Masterson said...

Great pictures. Thanks for sharing.

Jen B said...

Great pictures, looks like a good time was had! :)

Stacy McKitrick said...

Bonnie - Thanks! I guess my photography classes helped, then, huh? Yep, I have an associates in photography.

LD - You're welcome!

Jen - Thanks! We did have a good time. The nice weather helped, too!

The Spooky Whisk said...

Love the photo of the
tree. Very, very nice.

Stacy McKitrick said...

Ivy - Yeah, wish I had a tree like that in my yard. It's fascinating.