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Walking in you can't help but notice the replicated Alamo across the courtyard. The center is totally covered and climate controlled. It hosts over 1,500 hotel rooms and several restaurants.
There were man made creeks and even a water fall or two that added to the beauty if this man made but natural looking environment.
This is another example of the beautiful surroundings and the plants that add color to the palate of the center's developers.
We walked around a bit and finally found the Riverwalk. Looking down on the folks enjoying a meal did remind me of the Riverwalk in San Antonio.
The tables were all outdoor and it almost fooled me into believing were didn't have the huge roof over our heads.
As we were seated I noticed a gentleman dressed in costume doing card tricks at one of the tables. Later I talked with him awhile and found out his name was Jerry Guyer and he is a "Magical Entertainer" from the Dallas Area. He does have a web site at:
There was a fountain in the courtyard of the Riverwalk with flowers along the rim and a really nice group playing soft music ...
... as we dined. Yup that's Vivian and Sharyn to the right of the fountain.
We had a wonderful wait person named Rachael who provided excellent service and is due to deliver in May. We wish her an easy and good delivery and a perfect child to match her smile and thoughtful service.
On the way out we walked through a hallway looking for the elevator up and found the interior of the hotel warm and soothing with a touch of the old west in both paintings and decor.
Looking back down it was a recreation of the old west and covered wagons hidden in deep canyons of sandstone.
On the way back to Vivian's home I got this shot of a monument that stands on the old Denton Highway (377) and ...
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