I couldn’t help but whistle the Disney ballad of Davey Crockett as I walked up to the Alamo. Although once inside the tour guide hushed us and asked us to put away our cameras and have the men to remover their caps to honor the fallen soldiers. The main chapel contains memorabilia from the battle of the Alamo including Crockett’s vest and various knives, and personal items. The original flags from the battle and tribute to the fallen soldiers sent shivers down my spine as I realized I was standing on the vary grounds so many had lost their lives. The great part about this is that it is free to visitors. Private tours and language translations are also available for the far-away folks.