Why is this city known as the Sparkling City by the Sea? Many reasons! You may want to plan your next vacation there!
Visit Texas and find more than dusty old roads and cowboys. There are many things to do in Texas. Here is list of destinations you have to check out the next time you are in the Austin area.
Discovering the wineries not far from our home was a fun adventure and viewing the Texas wildflowers was an added enticement to do it in the Spring. "Texas friendly" are the folks at Colony Cellars Winery!
Want a great Texas Wildflower drive? Try Highway 16 Willow City Loop outside of Frederickburg. See map, pictures and video.
An antique lover's destination, my friend and I also discovered a chocolate truffle factory and affiliated restaurant, scented candles and handmade jewelry, scrumptious kolaches, cedar furniture, and more in this delightful small town of Calvert. Fun place in which to spend time!
We are surrounded by entities that bear the name of this important American soldier, politician & statesman by the name of Sam Houston in Texas. Learn more about him here.
San Antonio, Texas is a beautiful and historic old city. The River Walk in San Antonio is probably the most beautiful part of that city, and is easily one of the most beautiful places to visit in ANY American city.
This is an attraction where one can dine, shop and browse to one's heart content as my friend and I discovered. From pots and plants to teapots, cats, rusted lawn ornaments, water features and jewelry...that and more can be found here.
Wish to see the largest rose gardens in the U.S? Come to Tyler, Texas + enjoy the annual Texas Rose Festival. Amazing & so beautiful!
Stepping away from intriguing Main Street, this part of our visit to charming Calvert shows photos of some of the 37 blocks of Victorian homes and B & B's on the National Register of Historic Places. The cemetery is filled with amazingly beautiful monuments. Worth more than a day's visit to see...