Wednesday, March 18, 2009

San Antonio Riverwalk - Part Two!

I'm back from another glorious afternoon down at the Riverwalk. I could wander around down there for hours. It's just so peaceful! Especially, in the early morning, which is when the following three pictures were taken. Once afternoon hits, it's a great place to "people watch."







These next pictures were taken outside the Hyatt Regency which sits right on the Riverwalk. This is where Mr. Mister's conference is being held. They have a garden area outside with lots of plants, flowers, and fountains. The fountains actually flow right into the hotel! GORGEOUS! (You know that I cannot resist a few close-up shots of the flowers! I feel another blog banner coming on! LOL!)













I'm hoping to take my tripod down with me at night, so that I can get some pictures while it's all lit up!

As for the Alamo, I have walked by it several times. I have even walked the area within it's walls, but I didn't feel like waiting in line to go inside, and still haven't pulled the camera out to take pictures of it.

TSK! TSK! BAD Kathy!

4 comments:

Cheryl Wray said...

Oh man...you are making me miss Texas. I absolutely ADORE San Antonio!!!!!

Last time we went, we stayed in the Emily Morgan Hotel, which is right next door to The Alamo. We seriously walked through The Alamo every morning and afternoon and it just made my little Texas heart so happy!!!!

Have you eaten at Casa del Rio on the Riverwalk? I love it!

Carla said...

Awesome pictures Kathy!! the flowers and waterfalls are breathtaking!! Makes me want to take a trip somewhere, anywhere really bad!

mosaicqueen said...

These pics are taking me down memory lane. Just Beautiful! I loved San Antonio. They are a city that really embraces art. The only part I didn't like was the humidity. Coming from the desert, the hubby and I were a soggy mess! LOL!
Hugs!
Michelle
p.s. I tagged you.....sorry ;-)

angiepedersen said...

Those pics are GORGEOUS! And you're right - the red flower pics would make an awesome header!