San Antonio isn't the first location many people think of when they plan a trip to Texas, but it should be. San Antonio is a rising city in the South of Texas that has managed to preserve its historic roots in the process. The area around the city is full of stuff to do and see, and is a little out of the way from the crowds of some of ... (Read More)
Most people that travel get stressed out when they have to fly. There is a lot that is involved when going through a busy airport and many people would rather avoid it. There are several things you can do to make the experience run more smoothly. If you make plans well enough in advance, you should be able to have a flight that is totally stress-free.
Book your flight as soon ... (Read More)
Having just been through a recent uprising and the dismissal of a wildly disliked government, Nicaragua is currently beginning a renewed upheaval. A nation having only 20 years of democracy under its belt, Nicaraguans are realizing that dishonesty and greed can penetrate democratic nations in addition to dictatorships, and they are starting to protest about it.
After helping overthrow the Sandinistas in free elections in 1991, the U.S. was on good ... (Read More)
As summer comes, it's time to commence thinking about your family vacation plans. With fuel prices rising and the cost of just about everything going up, it's difficult to imagine that you can still even afford to go on vacation. But you can, and you can do it for a good cost. Travel to a Texas state park.
State Parks offer variety to all sorts of adventurers. They can support minimalist ... (Read More)
Even Halloween seems to take on superior proportions in Texas. The state hosts the largest Halloween parade in the United States. Also, it's home to the largest Halloween-themed park in the world. Top all of that with a sprinkling of terrifying venues throughout the state, and you've got a spooky holiday line-up. Listed here are a few of the more notable ones.
If you're in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, there are ... (Read More)
One of the first decisions you'll make about your family vacation is whether you plan to fly or drive. Many people assume that if their vacation destination is a certain number of driving miles away that they will drive. Before you assume that driving makes sense for your family vacation, consider some of the challenges of driving to your family vacation spot.
Consider fuel prices in the area you are and ... (Read More)