historic Aztec Theater in San Antonio.
A bit of research left me totally enchanted
and longing to visit. My reverie of the
stories it might tell left me simply writing a
Submitted May 16, 2020
A toast to the Aztec! Six stories tall, in its heyday the Aztec dominated the theater district of downtown San Antonio. Built at the time the River Walk was being established, with its 2 ton chandelier in the lobby and the ornate pillars and Aztec and Mayan sculptures, surely its storied walls are home to the spirits of those who trod the corridors through the years. Some say it’s cursed, driving the long succession of owners daft. What stories might emanate from the famed Tequilla Bar, home of late night assignations. One wonders if the spirit of Montezuma might wander the floors in the dead of night, passing the spirits of young revelers whose fondest memories feature secluded theater seats where romance flourished. If only the walls could talk! Here's to the Aztec. Long may she grace the River Walk!