Why is this city known as the Sparkling City by the Sea? Many reasons! You may want to plan your next vacation there!
The museum shows the life and times of the 41st President of the United States while in office and the history of his life and family before and after the presidency.
Not only can one taste some hand crafted wines at Windy Winery but one can also soak up some beautiful Texas country atmosphere. On the Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail the scenery is particularly pretty!
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.
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!
When visiting San Antonio, Texas, be sure to see Mission Concepcion, one of five Spanish missions in the City, with the most beautifully preserved frescoes and an interesting history.
It rarely snows in Houston bringing out the child in everyone as this city just about shuts down for a day of play and wonderment.
As a resident of San Marcos, Texas, in my opinion these are the Top 5 Places to visit. This historic town which is located approximately 26 miles south of Austin and 34 miles north of San Antonio is ideal for museum-going history enthusiasts, live music lovers, and river tubers.
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.
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.