Hot, Humid, Amazing.
The Alamo, the Riverwalk and the gateway to Bandera (cowboy capital of Texas)
The riverwalk was at full capacity on the eve of Memorial day- young people everywhere drinking out of those funny long glasses with cheap booze that will surely give them a headache in the morning. I was on the hunt for a late night meal - Not many things open after 10pm - Ended up going to Landrys for a late night glass of champagne, a steak and lousy service. I slept at The Sheraton Gunter Hotel (supposedly haunted but I didnt experience anything out of the norm) The room was very nice, great beds, linens and coffee for the morning. Our view was great as well.
I woke up to a fresh day and a day to relax. I ate at boudros for lunch- I had a delicious Seared Tuna salad that was one of my best meals of the trip. I also ran into charles Barkely - yes THE Charles- he was nice and BIG. What are the odds.