|A life size gingerbread house|
As you can imagine,with one-and-a-half million twinkling lights, 12,000 ornaments, 5,600 feet of garland, and an amazing 52-foot-tall Christmas tree everything was really festive. We were able to get to go to Ice! and it was wonderful. This year's Ice theme was Merry Madagascar Christmas Marty, Melman, Gloria, Alex, King Julian, and Mort. Plus lemurs, reindeer, Santa, a sleigh, and several ice slides were all carved out of ice. At the end there was a nativity, all carved out of clear ice, which sparkled and looked really nice. The Nativity was my favorite part of the ice carving display. The next day we ate a breakfast buffet on the River walk. After we ate, my Aunt Laura and cousin Steven went and picked up my Uncle Albert and my other cousin, David. They had just returned from Italy. Then we went and ate at a steak restaurant. The next day we went home.
|Lego replica of The Gaylord Texan|
|A wall with plants growing out of it which I thought was cool.|
|Koi fish in a replica of the river walk in San Antonio.|
|My dad, grandfather, cousin, and my older sister under a replica|
of a tree called the "treaty oak" which cost $250,000.
|Me in front of a giant Christmas tree.|
|My Grandparents, aunt and dad.|