San Antonio| The Saga | San Fernando Cathedral 

It’s Downtown Tuesday in San Antonio today and I’m sharing one of my favorite downtown sights with y’all. On pretty much any weekend night and Tuesdays, in the Main Plaza of the San Fernando Cathedral, you’ll stumble upon a crowd gathered to view a video art installation on the Cathedral. There’s always amazing things to do in this city. San Antonio The Saga is a beautiful must for residents and tourists, and it’s free!

  

  

Created by artist Xavier de Richemont, you will see his interpretation of the history of San Antonio and Texas. This show has been projecting on the Cathedral front since 2014. It shows every Tuesday, and weekend nights. Runs almost half an hour long, with start times of: 9 PM, 9:30 PM, and 10 PM. Again, this is one of my San Antonio favorites, and anytime I’m downtown around the show times, I’m there. So if you’re downtown on one of these days go check it out! 

XOXO,

Sydney Charming 

Que Pasa Central Texas: Oh What Fun It’s the Holiday Season

So it’s the Holiday Season and what is there to do to celebrate? From Austin to San Antonio, there’s so many sights to spread Holiday cheer!

1. Austin Trail Of Lights– it’s their 50 year sparkling the park.

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2. Santa’s Ranch – Bundle up your family in the car, with hot cocoa, kettle corn and take this hill country drive through Santa’s Ranch in San Marcos. Just a little over a mile beautiful lit drive through the hill country.

3. Lights of Tejas– located in Giddings, Texas. Enjoy a hill country holiday light festival with the whole family. Activities include hayrides, zip lining, ornament decorating and more.

4. San Antonio Christmas– take a stroll along the Riverwalk in downtown San Antonio. Don’t forget the Christmas tree in front of the Alamo

5.Six Flags Fiesta Texas: Holiday in the Park: Fiesta Texas has ice skating this year, along with a 60 foot Christmas Tree.

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