After having foie gras at Feast Restaurant in San Antonio, Texas, we headed over to The Monterey for a very strange dessert, an Apple and Cheddar pop-tart.
The replica of Boticelli's "Birth of Venus" was very creative artwork created with a toaster and 66 pieces of ordinary white bread.
The alligator arrived with a side of chipotle ranch and could have easily been mistaken for a chicken nugget. Tasted like one too.
The King William District was zoned Texas' first historic district and in the 1800s was considered the most elegant area.
It all started with the damn frickles (fried pickles) at Esquire Tavern in San Antonio, Texas. And it just went downhill from there.
The Alamo Trolley makes ten stops at some of the most famous San Antonio sites including the Alamo, Mission San Jose, King William District & Market Square.
The Buckhorn showcases over 500 species of animals. A taxidermist's dream.
While the Alamo is the most widely visited mission, Mission San Jose was the most prosperous and used as the model for the other Texas missions.