Tonight we had a date to Acenar restaurant in San Antonio next to the River Walk. Via Rapid Transit was our ride for the evening.
|Here we are in front of Acenar restaurant|
For dinner we each had a side salad and iced tea. Bob ordered an appetizer sampler plate with enchilada and fajita chicken, beans, rice, pico de gallo and guacamole. I had the brochette sampler: three skewers with alternating steak, mushrooms, chicken, pineapple, shrimp, onions and red and green peppers served over a bed of rice with a light poblano cream sauce. It also came with black beans. I loved my dinner. The steak on the skewers was cooked medium rare, the chicken was moist and tender and had absorbed the flavor of the pineapple. Yummy stuff! Bob said his appetizer sampler plate was "average.'
I forgot to take photos of the inside of the restaurant but after dinner we walked through the outside dining area and I took some photos there.
|Acenar outside seating area|
On our walk to the bus stop, we found an old clock that used to be in front of a jewelry shop. This clock is still hand wound, which is very rare. Whenever we walk in a city, we always find something new and interesting.
|History of Hertzberg's Clock|
|Hertzberg's Clock on Houston St|
On the way home, as we passed University of the Incarnate Word (UIW). Our eyes were drawn to a beautiful piece of artwork mounted on one of their newest buildings. It was spectacular in the dark, even changing colors. What do you think?
|We fell in love with this.|
|This shows the whole building.|
|Changing colors to sunset|
Thank you, Bob, for a wonderful evening to celebrate our years together. I love you so much. Let's keep life interesting, shall we?
And now for something completely different...I haven't posted pics of the fur kids recently. Here's Bowie doing his long stretch in the hallway.
|He's really not a big cat, but he knows|
how to streeetch!
|Bowie, the happy, smiling, stretched-out cat|
Enjoy your weekend everyone!