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  • TR - San Antonio, TX

    My nephew and I went to the Walt Disney Company 2010 Annual Shareholder meeting in San Antonio, Texas and I'd like to share some photos with you. I hope you enjoy them.

    There were lots of pretty fountains in the city.

    My nephew and myself at the Alamo.

    There were lots of quiet areas in the Alamo.

    The Hyatt Regency reminded me of the Mel Brooks movie - "High Anxiety"

    Another pretty fountain area

    We stayed at the Marriott Rivercenter - very nice.

    My nephew and I did a Segway tour of the city - a great way to visit a new town.

    The Tower of the Americas

    Gliding along the Riverwalk

    The Hilton looked very pretty too

    Segwaying at the Alamo

    We stopped inside a small miniatures store that sold some odd displays

    Going up to the Tower of the Americas

    The view from the top.

    At the convention center, a soda can sculpture!

    The charming Riverwalk area by day

    The Riverwalk area got much more lively at night

    A night view from our hotel room

    The Disney Shareholders meeting was held at the JW Marriott Hill Country

    The Boss was outside greeting guests, but was not allowed inside the meeting!

    See ya next year!
    Last edited by mikeland; 03-11-2010, 08:44 AM.

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    Re: TR - San Antonio, TX

    I love San Antonio! I stayed at the historic Menger Hotel, right next door to the Alamo. We had so much fun on the Riverwalk!
    I want my cake back!


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      Re: TR - San Antonio, TX

      Me and hubby lived in San Antonio for a short time. It's a beautiful city. And we loved the Riverwalk. Here in Oklahoma City...they tried (in vain) to recreate it. It's nowhere near as pretty or as enjoyable.


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        Re: TR - San Antonio, TX

        I was just there last week! Only we stayed with my brother and i didn't take as many pics because I had been there previously. But I will upload a few of mine later this week.
        Press today is so concerned with cool vs. not cool that they're starting to forget good vs. bad. I'm not sure I'll ever be "cool", but I will always tirelessly strive to be "great". - Josh Groban


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          Re: TR - San Antonio, TX

          Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing Mike! Looks like you had a great time!


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            Re: TR - San Antonio, TX

            Love the pics! Thanks so much for sharing them.


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              Re: TR - San Antonio, TX

              Very Cool trip! Nice pictures, I wouldnt of imaged San antonio to be so nice.


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                Re: TR - San Antonio, TX

                Hey, I've been there!

                I hated it.

                It looks much nicer now, though. I have no plans to return, but it's nice that they've beautified the place.

                Good TR, thanks for sharing! One of these days I'll make it to one of these shareholder meetings.


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                  Re: TR - San Antonio, TX

                  Nice! I lived in SA for four years prior to moving to OC. Lived in Texas all my life before that. Was actually in Texas for the last nearly two weeks. Went to SA for the Alamo Battle anniversary and Alamo Society Symposium, then Deep South Texas to visit my parents and family. There's no place like home.


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