I've already posted a few photos from our visit to Texas last month. And I'll probably be posting more - I took LOTS of shots! Especially in San Antonio. I never really realized, growing up there, how darn picturesque the place is. These are a few photos of the Spanish Governor's Palace in downtown S.A. It was constructed in the early 18th century (and restored in the 1930s) as the original Commandancia (residence and working office) for the Captain of the Presidio San Antonio de Bejar. The building is now designated as a National Historic Landmark, and just recently reopened to visitors after an extensive rehab.
It's an interesting place to tour, but the courtyard is what really caught my attention - such a lovely, peaceful place to spend some time. And so green, even in the middle of November!