There are endless reasons to visit the most popular tourist city in Texas...that of historic and colorful San Antonio. Come along for a virtual look at the "Alamo City."
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...
Cotton used to be "King" in the small scenic town of Montgomery, Texas. That is where we discovered the pretty Cork This! Winery. One can create wines made for special occasions with the help of the friendly owners and staff.
A handy helpful guide for tourists planning to explore Dallas using Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART). It's also a good resource for locals apprehensive about trying out our system.
This winery now has 2 locations! The charming countryside of Navasota and another location in Montgomery, Texas. See photos and videos.
One of the must-see attractions in San Antonio is the River Walk. Learn why and read some restaurant reviews to help you decide where to spend your tourist time and money.
A guide to the State Capitol of Texas in Austin: how to get to the campus, what to expect when visiting, and hours of operation. This capitol building is the largest in the U.S.A.
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!
See the architecturally beautiful Sacred Heart Catholic Church while learning a short history leading up to how Galveston, Texas got its name.
We can understand why people would wish to have wedding receptions and other events at Bernhardt Winery. It is gorgeous! See photos of it as well as wildflowers we saw on the day of our visit.