The Theater was on the corner of North St. Mary's and Houston Streets and one entrance to the River Walk was right around the corner!
The entrance was a particularly quiet spot and it was nice to just stroll up and down both sides.
We met these little guys Friday afternoon!! They look so soft but I bet they can be a handful!! I wondered how often they have to eat, for they appear to paddle frantically just to keep up with their parents!! They came right up near us and we were able to get an up close look at them!
We actually look half way decent here!! Maybe it's because it is early in the day! :o) There were little benches throughout this particular section that just begged you to sit in them!
There were shops all along it and restaurants had tables set up beside the water. It was interesting to see how fearless the ducks, pigeons, and other birds were here. They seemed really anxious for people to feed them!
Trevor found a hotel that had part of the walk running through it and this is where these guys were hanging out (although, they were in the court yard part).
Another peaceful section.... the little red boat that you see on the left was one of many that offered rides. I think they called them taxi's but the drivers talk about what you were seeing as you floated along.
The "gardens" along the river walk were very nice. It was probably late spring down there and it was neat to see the different flowers.
I couldn't resist this picture!
For those of you who are die hard southerners, I thought of you when I saw this!! "The Robert E. Lee Hotel" is "Air Conditioned"! I wonder if they put this sign up soon after the "latest unpleasantness" ended (IE. civil war)!!!