If you get a chance to visit Austin, Texas, you're in for a surprise. Austin, the state capitol, was once a hidden mecca but is becoming more and more popular as its reputation grows. Austin is becoming home to more and more world-famous musicians and recording studios. But beyond that, there's still a lot to see and do in Austin. To begin, get out and enjoy the nightlife. Downtown Austin ... (Read More)
There are so many different things to do and so many sights to see in Houston that it may seem intimidating at first. When you start to put all the sights together, however, it quickly starts to look and feel like a monopoly board. Are you ready to play Monopoly Houston.
Just past "Go" is the George Ranch Historical Park. This attraction offers a view of life as it existed in ... (Read More)
Where can you find arts, anthropology, animals, and aerospace, all in one location? Houston, Texas, of course. And it's all around for you to see and visit.
NASA's Space Center is probably one of the most popular tourist draws to the Houston area. With its halls of space history and cache of capsules and space suits worn by the astronauts, it is certainly a great attraction. On top of that, Johnson ... (Read More)
Remember the Alamo
San Antonio may not be one of the most popular places to visit in Texas, but it does get its fair share of visitors and has plenty to offer those that come. The South Texas setting makes the weather perfect for day and night time activities. Nightlife is all around for the evening lover. Aside from all that, the city makes room for the family enjoyment as well.
It ... (Read More)
If you're tired of moping around the house or apartment, or tired of being cooped up in the office, get outside and soak up some Texas sun and Vitamin D. Whether you prefer a run around the park or an adventure that forces you to work for every step of the mountain you climb, it's all up to you. Much of it is right outside the city area of Dallas.
The ... (Read More)
Camping is as much a part of Texas culture as the state itself. Outside of the huge metropolitan cities lie an array of state parks and open terrain just waiting to be uncovered and enjoyed. Since you can go camping almost any time of the year, you have no excuse for leaving the sleeping bag stuffed in your spare room.
Over seventy state parks are located in the state, so there's ... (Read More)