This 14-story, Mediterranean-inspired hotel is on the Riverwalk, two blocks from the convention center, La Villita Historic Arts Village, and the Rivercenter ...
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Humble Civic Center and 3.1 mi (5 km) from Humble Museum. Cypresswood Golf Club and Humble Golf ...
Texas is known to have a diverse blend of cultures and scenery in America. From scenic national parks to adventurous water resorts, this state is just filled with exciting places. Those wishing to enjoy the festivals may enjoy the Czhilispiel for mouth-watering chili and barbeque competitions. For those who crave for more daring events, the Sweetwater Rattlesnake Roundup is right around the corner, and has been known as the “World’s Largest Rattlesnake Roundup” since the late 1950s. For something more traditional, the Charro Days in Brownsville is one of the oldest festivals in Texas. There, visitors find parades and different traditional dances, as well as exciting events for friends and families to enjoy.
Texas vacations are truly filled with exciting activities for all seasons. Although summertime is the best time to appreciate all the fantastic water parks and beaches, fall is perhaps the season that truly stands out. It makes all the outdoor activities more enjoyable without the painful summer heat. Going on fishing trips, camping, or even hunting is much easier, and since most of the festivals are celebrated during this season, your Texas travel will surely be worthwhile.
The Big Texan in Amarillo is a restaurant where guests can get a 72-ounce steak, potato, roll, and a side salad for free, so long as you finish the meal by yourself.
The Blue Bell Creamery is a place for all those Bluebell ice-cream fanatics to enjoy more than 50 unique ice cream flavors.
The Alamo in San Antonio has a museum that reflects the beautiful Texan landscape.
The new Dallas Cowboys stadium is the biggest football stadium in America.
Port Aransas is a beach that has the best waves of over six feet high.
The Six Flags Theme Park has more than 50 exciting rides for children and adults to enjoy.
The Schlitterbahn Beach in South Padre Islands is also among the best water parks in the country and has rides and pools, as well as a classy restaurant.
The Flying L Guest Ranch gives visitors a taste of the old Wild West, where there is a celebration of the rich history of the famous (and infamous) lone rangers. The ranch also offers horseback rides along the hundreds of acres in the Hill Country.
The NASA Space Center in Houston has been a popular attraction ever since the great Space Race in the 60s. It combines entertainment and learning experience as a part of their Space Program.
The Texas State Aquarium is filled with hundreds of aquatic animals and offers various educational programs for everyone to enjoy.
The San Antonio Sea World houses many leading marine exhibits as well as water park attractions, as it has live marine shows, some adventure camps, and fun-filled rides.
In Brownsville, the Gladys Porter Zoo is a popular attraction in Southern Texas, known as one of the best zoos in the county.
The Schlitterbahn is a water park with innovative indoor and outdoor water rides.
The Moody Gardens located in Galveston Island are known for placing huge pyramids in this western side of Texas. For visitors they have beautiful aquariums, a rainforest, and even an Imax theater.
The Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio is a very large theme park offering a unique floorless roller coaster among the 100 plus rides as well as a water park.
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