|Lunch At Casa Rio|
That is also true when walking around in the summer heat outside. Once I checked into my hotel I changed into shorts and headed out. I remembered River Walk from a previous visit, over 20 years ago, however enjoyed experiencing the architecture again. This was government money well spent putting America back to work during the "Great Depression". To bad the same was not done during the "Great Recession" and we would have something to see for the billions spent. So I guess still having banks is a good thing? We still benefit from the projects of the 1930's in our national parks and so many other worthwhile destinations.
TSA has never given me any problems. About 50% of the time I get Pre-Check and breeze through not even taking my shoes off. One funny experience was in Chicago's O'harea a few months back. I presented my passport along with my ticket and the TSA agent without looking too closely said "Honey, you and your husband have your identifications mixed up". I just laughed, said "it is me". Not the best gamma but explains the situation in the least amount of words. After a big smile came across her face and I told her she had made my day. She laughed too and said she was sorry and was experiencing a long day. She told me I looked great. I did enjoy the complement in spite of my long day also.
Do not let TSA deter you for escaping. They seem to be well trained and do not want to hold up the lines any more than we want to wait. Attitudes have changed and I am sure they have seen it all, by now.
I had three days of business meeting in San Antonio and overall enjoyed the whole trip. I have made many similar trips and getting out as Rhonda is always a fun challenge and add excitement. San Antonio was a good destination. Plan your escape.
|Casa Rio a little later in day|