Howdy!! Happy August !
If you aren’t from Texas, you may wonder what those digits mean. If you guessed area codes, then pat yourself on the back because you are right. Houston(281) and San Antonio(210). There you have it .
It is necessary to disconnect to reconnect. Working your butt off is awesome but taking some time off to clear your mind is well needed; if you don’t you may get a nervous breakdown. It doesn’t always have to be far or out of the country. You’d be surprised of what you are missing out in your own state or city! Now, I visited those places before but they never get old. San Antonio is always a great idea. I was the tour guide and proudly played that role.
This past Sunday, I went to San Antonio, Texas for a nice little getaway.
Cameras aren’t allowed in most of the exhibits thus you would have to go there and see for yourself, sorry !!
More photographs were taken while on the calm boat river walk ride .
After the river walk, I was hungry and craved some authentic Mexican food. If you visit San Antonio, stop at Casa Rio. It is the oldest restaurant on the river walk. The food is bomb!
P.S of course , I shared with my friends, I can’t eat it all duhhh!!
I wanted to try their Tres Leches cake (my favorite cake)but I was too full , next time .
What a day! I opted to stay at the Grand Hyatt Hotel which is a 5 star hotel located on the east side of the river walk.
If I had to rate this hotel on a scale from 0-10, I’d give it a 9! I’d definitely be back because I enjoyed their service . The room service is served by Ruth Chris and their breakfast as well.
From San Marcos, I headed to the Austin State Capitol
Alrighty, this is it!! I’m back in Houston now . This getaway was well needed, they say a weekend well spent brings a week of content! My weekend was accompanied by great people, good food, lots of laughters , amazing site-seeings, awesome shopping spree! Just what I needed to unwind .
There is a lot to do in Texas, it is a beautiful state and I LOVE being a Texan.
I promise to do more travel posts. Count on me.