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- 1Texas, USA265 reviews
Austin reminds me of a northern city transplanted in Texas. It's a wonderful place for enjoying the outdoors, with its parks, botanical gardens, bike and running paths, hiking trails, seven beautiful lakes, and famous wild flowers. Artistically, there is so much going on, starting with the busy music scene on Sixth Street and the Warehouse Entertainment District. The University of ...
- 2Texas, USA216 reviews
Dallas is definitely one of my top 5 cities in this country. It has everything you could want.
- 3Texas, USA235 reviews
Houston is sprawling all over the place. Problems are the bugs can be huge and plentiful, and the weather hot and humid. Fortunately the people are very friendly and he NASA stuff is super interesting.
- 4Texas, USA178 reviews
Travel + Leisure readers have always loved the Alamo city’s chili-sauced Tex-Mex, but some of its emerging barbecue has a cutting-edge style. At the Granary ’Cue & Brew, within the rehabbed Pearl brewery, the menu features classic brisket and house-made sausage, along with grilled quail, root beer–sautéed scallops, and Texas toast glazed with a mixture of brisket drippings, butter, and ...
- 5Texas, USA7 reviews
Vegetarians and Vegans will feel right at home in Austin, which has plenty of meat and animal product free options. Plus, over Memorial Day there are lots of cool events - like the exciting opening of boating season (no need to own your own watercraft, there are plenty for hire that will take you out!)
- 6Texas, USA40 reviews
So much to see and do -- something for everyone. There are special events almost every weekend. www.galveston.com has great info.
- 7Texas, USA5 reviews
Small town with a few antiques shops but not a lot. A few cafes. The courthouse is spectacular and some interesting architecture.
- 8Texas, USA53 reviews
Although it is in the shadow of Dallas this city is worth a visit. This is a little more cow town and authentic Texas than it's flashy neighbor.
- 9Texas, USA2 reviews
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- 11Texas, USA16 reviews
A relatively unspoiled, simple beach destination with practically guaranteed sun and warm waves
- 12Texas, USA6 reviews
Grapevine, as the name implies, is proud of the grapes and wines they produce. Located just outside of the Dallas-Fort Worth airport, the old historic Grapevine downtown has plenty of wine bars and steakhouses along with some interesting antique shops.
- 13Texas, USA5 reviews
If you're within driving distance to Jefferson, Texas, you will be pleasantly surprised when you drive into town. It's like driving back in time! Jefferson is filled with antique shops, bed-and-breakfast inns, great food and shopping for all ages. The streets are still made of brick. The Jefferson General Store is worth the trip in itself! An old-fashioned soda fountain, ...
- 14Texas, USA34 reviews
El Paso is the sixth largest city in Texas, with an estimated population of just over six-hundred and fifty thousand people. It is a very interesting town, with a lot of historical sites.
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- 15Texas, USA6 reviews
I love Texas! From the mountains to the Gulf of Mexico, the cactus covered land to the the forests of East Texas. You can't go wrong no matter where you go!
- 16Texas, USA20 reviews
We live here 6 - 7 months every year and enjoy every minute fishing, walking the beach or just hanging out.
- 17Texas, USA20 reviews
A wonderful little town founded by German immigrants in 1846. Admiral Nimitz, the Commander of American Naval Forces in the Pacific theatre was born and raised in this town.
- 18Texas, USA5 reviews
So much to do here. There is a lot of outdoor activity. Water park for families. Tubing down the river. Great places to eat. Absolutely beautiful hill country. Hiking. Ziplining Recommend the Quadalupe River
- 19Texas, USA4 reviews
- 20Texas, USA1 review
The scenery is gorgeous! Taken from my phone!