We spent nearly all day last Saturday in San Antonio.
There was the Alamo, of course.
And a lunch at the River Walk Hard Rock Cafe (mmm, brisket sandwiches).
And then I insisted we go to the San Antonio Public Library which has recently been completely redone.
We spent some good times in the Children's section (of course).
I made Bart check out some Braille books. Awesome.
We also investigated the "Art in San Antonio" bull.
Bart thought it needed some modifications:
And there was a special exhibit of World War One posters (Bart's dad teaches a class on WWI in London, which both Bart and I took). So that was fantastic. (Also, I'm pretty sure I need a little art gallery in my house).
And there is a stunning Chihuly chandelier hanging over the main section of the library. If that's not amazing, I don't know what is. Although, they probably had to fire three or four full-time librarians to afford it.
And then, back at the
It was a lovely trip, and we were sorry to see them go. Fortunately, we had a nice Indian lunch at the Clay Pit, which made the departure a bit easier to stomach.