When it comes to United States independence, one usually thinks of the US as a whole, while in Texas, it clearly started in Goliad. Goliad, rich in it’s history boasts beautiful architecture in it’s court house and it’s Spanish Mission Espiritu Santu. Dar spent the day in Goliad, photographing the birthplace of Texas independence.
While on a walking tour of San Antonio, we photographed the incredible Bexar County Courthouse, the Guinness World Record holding Fairmont Hotel which was actually moved 5 blocks, and the Majestic Theater. The architecture in Texas is incredible, from the Missions, to the courthouses, to the theaters and dance halls.
After walking around the streets of San Antonio, hearing so much about the famed riverwalk, we finally decided that we should actually find this thing. We didn’t believe there actually was a river running through San Antonio at all. What we discovered was one of the best hidden attractions San Antonio has to offer. Maybe even Texas! Enjoy our photos of the San Antonio Riverwalk.
We drove our RV from Van Horn Texas to San Antonio and headed to the Hidden Valley RV Park where we had an entire week booked. Upon arriving, we witnessed another RV’er experiencing some drama. After a single night, we moved to Braunig Lake RV Park for the remainder of the week where we loved it. Dar made it to her Photoshop workshop with Ben Willmore and we toured San Antonio.
A short day’s drive from Destiny RV Park in Goodyear through to our new 3 day home in Tucson. We stopped at the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch along the way before leveling out our RV at Whispering Palms RV Park. Then we took a quick tour of Fourth Avenue in downtown Tucson and did some shopping.