Dolphins swim here in a huge tank and come inches from us. Sadie and I fed them fish while Elijah was content to be close and observe.
Elijah stares intently at the poison dart frogs- gorgeous and amazing!
The killer whale show/demonstration was phenomenal. We had first row seats in the splash zone (no splashing though 😦 along the ‘beach’ area where the whales come right up on the land. Positively unbelievable. It was very moving to watch these immense animals move so gracefully and at such close range. Unfortunately taking video and watching sometimes don’t work together and I seem to have just missed every breech.
In all its glory- the main mission building of The Alamo. The architecture alone is worth going to see. It is a literal fortress surrounded by handmade stone walls with beautifully gardened grounds inside. The whole thing is smack dab in the middle of bustling downtown San Antonio- very strange.
Elijah pushed Sadie all over the grounds.
My little buddy and I listening to the history of The Alamo. He was riveted. It was very interesting but I would definitely need to research it more to be able to follow who was who and the chronology of it all. Elijah was entranced by the recounting of the battle and also really enjoyed the miniature model of the battle scene in the gift shop.