Paseo del Rio Christmas Lights Walk
San Antonio, TX

VFW Post 76 was chartered on June 15, 1917. The
organizers were veterans of the Spanish American War.

We got there early and saw Ellen chatting with
some people in the outdoor seating area.

Sheri, Linda, Pricilla and Ellen waiting
for the start table to open.

Susan stamping books before we head out to walk.

The archway above the steps leading
down to the riverwalk.

We headed south on the Riverwalk and
soon past the dam and locks.

Plaque showing the AT&T supports
the lock and dam.

It was just starting to get dark. Ed
with the decorated light pole.

Noticed these hands decorating
a bridge above us.

Pavilion across the river made of cement but looks like trees.

Flowers were blooming along the walkway.

Mosaic portrait of Texas patriot and signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence, Jose Navarro, below the Navarro Street Bridge.

Ed posed for me on “Bernard’s Bench” another Mosiac Creation.

We passed a waterfall.

We climbed the steps from the Riverwalk up to Main Plaza to view San Fernando Cathedral and Courthouse.

Bexar County Courthouse completed in 1896.

Purple Heart Memorial

Across from the courthouse.

Cast Iron Fountain called “Lady Justice” in front of the courthouse.

The walk route returned to the Riverwalk. Moon Flowers in bloom.

Like most of the San Antonio River Walk, this bridge was constructed by the W.P.A between 1929 and 1941.

Grass seating at the amphitheater of the Arseson Theater. We climbed the steps at the Theater and went back to Street Level.

Tower of the Americas lit up in the distance.

Ed with statue outside of Pat O’Brien.

Christmas Tree in front of Alamo.

Ed in front of that same tree.

Toribio Losoya, An Unsung Hero of the Alamo.

For sale in the window of Garcia Art Glass Studio.

We went back down steps returning to the Riverwalk past another beautiful stone bridge.

Another mosaic this one of the skyline of San Antonio.

Tree covered in white lights.

The decorations at the dam and locks are not brightly lit.

Back at the finish the VFW brightly lit also.

Looking back at the archway over the entrance as we leave.