Jerz was so tired from swimming all day she fell asleep in my arms (after throwing somewhat of an embarrassing fit) at the restaurant and so when we came back to our hotel room, of course she wakes right up. So here she is having her "Thanksgiving dinner" in our room, by herself.
The next day we went to Sea World. It was even better the 2nd time! It was all decked out for Christmas, so everything was different this time. All the shows were different. Probably even better than before. We LOVED it!
The train took them through a snowman village. I loved the white lights and snowmen. I secretly wanted to go on the little train with just me and Had through that cute little village.
We also saw the stinky penguins, which we didn't see last time. Penguins are cool to watch, if only you could breathe while you're in there, it might make it a little more easy to watch them.
We went to the riverwalk, and this time there were Christmas lights hanging from all the trees, buildings, shops and restaurants. They were everywhere. I loved it! We took a little boat tour, and our tour guide (the guy in the left with a Santa hat on) seemed so familiar to me. I couldn't figure it out, or who he reminded me of, but he busted out a little spanish in the middle of his tour. With that, and a few other things he slipped into his tour speech, we figured he had to be LDS. We talked to him afterwards and yep, he went to BYU-Idaho, and he also said that I looked really familiar to him too. We figured out we were there at the same time. We probably had a class together. Small world!
Have I mentioned I love Christmas lights? And their reflection on the water....amazing!
I decided I love San Antonio at Christmas time. This is just a regular street, with all the trees lit up. Why doesn't every city do this?
Plus, they have these cute little carriage rides all lit up and giving rides to people everywhere you look. Jerzi is really into princesses right now and about died when she saw this! So fun!
With John's dad passing away, they went back home a little earlier than they were planning. So we had the whole last day to just relax, explore, and have fun with just our little family. This was the Christmas tree in the lobby of the hotel. It was ginormous!
We had fun exploring the hotel grounds and goofing off.