Anyway, after checking the forecast, we decided yesterday would be the best day to take in the River Walk in San Antonio. First we had to wait in line almost half an hour at a little machine to get a $20 parking permit. We've camped for less than that with full hookups. We then passed through the Alamo historical site. This doesn't do much for me since Texas independence was actually won in Sam Houston's 18-minute victory at San Jacinto and no one at the time thought trying to hold the Alamo was a very good idea. But since Walt Disney took over American history, accuracy pretty much has gone out the window. Enough of that soapbox.
Most of the River Walk was extremely crowded. I think there were probably some pretty sites to look at if you could stop long enough to do so. I believe that this is the start of spring break in many Texas schools which might explain the crowds. We did have lunch outside at Durty Nelly's, because we have fond memories of a pub by the same name in Ireland which we returned to several times in the same night, trying to clarify directions back to our B & B.
We stopped for supper at a restaurant in Groene and just ordered appetizers since lunch wasn't that distant. By the time we got back here, we were very ready to take off our shoes.