On the road in San Antonio

I am in San Antonio for a few days at an engineering educators conference, so I’m experimenting with using my iPod Touch to post an entry.  The flight was $500 cheaper if I came Saturday instead of Sunday, so I came a day early.

Met a guy on the plane who lives in the hill country about a 45-minute drive northwest of town.  He gave me tips on what to see, so I spent yesterday afternoon sightseeing.  I did the Riverwalk boat tour and visited the Alamo.  Ate Tex-Mex, as recommended, at a particularly pretty spot on the Riverwalk, where I had pork tacos with cilantro and onions and the best margarita I’ve ever tasted.

My airplane buddy also told me to keep a lookout for Phil Collins when I was at the Alamo, and I did indeed catch a glimpse of the famous singer . . . sort of.  More about that later this week, when I’m able to write using an actual keyboard!

About Katherine Wikoff

I am a college professor at Milwaukee School of Engineering, where I teach literature, film studies, political science, and communication. My blog is a space for playing with ideas about creativity, innovation, lifelong learning, and the nature of "insight."
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