Then a pic of me at the best and cheapest place we ate at, The Mexican Manha
ttan. A ton of Jim's helicopter bud
dies from all over the nation told us to go the
authentic Mexican food in very
large portions. I also left this hat there but was lucky to get it back that evening.
Then while on the Riverboat Ride at night we drove passed one of the bigget malls ever
right on the river front. This river is
more like a canal but man its a neat tourist attraction and the food is good and not too pricey. How would it be to take a riverboat taxi to work everyday?
Next is the famous Alamo. It was a very n
eat place. What an incredible story
it has to tell. We were there when unfortunately a huge school group came with young kids and it was a little
crowded and loud.
So later that evening we went back and were fortunate to see it lit up in blue lights for the Worldwide Diabetes Awareness day. I guess lots of famous landmarks were lit up in blue, The Eiffel Tower, The Empire State Building, Leaning Tower of Pisa and some more. I mean how many people can say they saw the Alamo in Blue.
Like I said in my earlier posts. It was a nice get away the people were kind and I really could have stayed another week and been entertained.