|Tree of Peace Covered in Doves|
If you have never been to San Antonio, I highly encourage you to visit this unique place where cultures blend beautifully. We are one of those cities that put its best foot forward at Christmas…especially with the lighting of our Riverwalk. Mr. Bear and I began date night at Paloma Blanca, currently one of the city’s top Mexican restaurants settled in the upscale village of Alamo Heights.
I highly recommend my selection…Enchiladas Dimas. A shrimp and mushroom enchilada with white wine sauce…Oh yeah!
|Did we hear Mariachis on the River…NO!
We heard Bagpipes!
Mexican Christmas Angels decorate Paloma Blanca
|Mexican Ornaments on Resturant Tree|
|Yes in Texas at Christmas it helps to carry
|The musicians are really incredible! She really
burned the calories over 3 hours
We wound our way through downtown on the way to the AT& T Center (where the San Antonio Spurs usually play) and then joined 14,000 of our closest friends for the Trans Siberian Orchestra’s Christmas Concert. Though I felt like I was really at a KISS concert…the musicians were very talented, the pyrotechnics very hot, the lasers very cool, and it was an experience. Though one we believe we would not repeat…I guess we are getting old. We both use to be able to heavy metal with the best of them…but after three hours of metal and bright lights, we were glad to go home….but I do want to stress that it is worth experiencing once!
|Looking at Lights|
|Black Velveteen Jacket. Jade Green Bling Cami
Arm Bling from WalMart!
Love the Print on this woman’s sweater!
I worried that these guys thought they came