I’m back with the last of my pictures from my business trip to San Antonio! After Sea World and Mi Tierra, the third day of my conference had a lot to live up to. My apologies in advance for yet another photo-heavy post.
Like the day before, after our sessions were finished, everyone was dropped off by bus at the location for that night’s mixer. The Southwest School of Art was a beautiful location for our networking reception.
The musicians led us through the courtyards and gardens to our next activity, River Boat Tours!
Our guide narrated the sights and we enjoyed the (semi) cool evening temperatures.
After our Riverwalk tour, a group of us decided to continue our evening at a piano bar.
Don’t let the smile fool you, it was 100 degrees outside.
The Alamo itself was a little disappointing. It’s really small and is surrounded by tourist traps. Ripley’s Believe it or Not, anyone?
That’s right, I called you dorks out in front of the
millions fifteen people who read my blog. Busted.
La Villita is a historic arts village in Downtown San Antonio. Cute shops with local art AND air conditioning? Don’t mind if I do.
Once we were back at the hotel, Ashley caught I cab to the airport and I found myself alone until my flight left the following morning.
Which translates into a date with the pool. . .
and my Kindle.
San Antonio, you are fun, but you sure are hot!
I really was impressed with this little city (which is actually not little and in fact the 7th largest city in the U.S.) and can’t wait to bring Jacob back for a vacation.
Have you ever been to San Antonio? Any place I missed that is a ‘must try’ next time?