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Spanish Governor's Palace

A National Historic landmark, the Spanish Governor’s Palace is perhaps the last remaining early-Spanish mansion in Texas. A poignant reminder of San Antonio’s early-18th-century past, the former capitol building is almost 300 years old. Now a ... 

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Alamo

April 2012

The Alamo

Shrine to Mary...

April 2011

A shrine for prayer for Virgin Mary at one of the missions. A breathtaking moment to pause, reflect, and perhaps, pray.

Elvis Found in Market Square

April 2011

One of the performers in Market Square. This man was dancing as a Latino Elvis figure. Very entertaining and cool. A mini-New Orleans feel to the market itself. A great time!

Alamo

April 2011

Alamo picture..an amazing experience. Very sobering to learn the history of the famous battle.

Tea Garden

April 2011

Photo of shrine at garden. A peaceful place.

Phil and Avery

January 2015

Avery, a little tiger that we bought for our granddaughter, was our traveling companion. Phil was nice enough to take a picture with her for us.

Mission

April 2012

One of the sites on the tour

Tower of the Americas

November 2011

Evening walk back to hotel and captured tower with all the lights.

Buckhead Saloon...

April 2011

Amazing wildlife at the museum. So many animals to see...so many facts...not scary at all and great for kids!

Tea Garden

April 2011

Pretty little waterfall in the tea garden.

Tea Garden

April 2011

Koi fish swimming in the ponds in the tea garden...the whole family will love this!

1700s Mission

April 2011

Pic from inside of a historic mission. Very pretty and lots of amazing facts to learn. Missions are a ways away from town--not within walking distance--so if you want to see them, take a tour. A great addition to the itinerary.

Market Square

April 2011

Cool bench in the happy, action-packed market square. Lots of hustle, bustle, shops, food, and performers on the street. Loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!

Buckhead Saloon...

April 2011

Lots of animals, exhibits, and history in this cool museum. Kids will love it as there are interactive parts where they learn about animals, carnival acts, and science. I loved it, because the displays were detailed, well-maintained, and interesting.

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