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Second only in state size, Texas is first in location and culture, such as the Alamo and the Space Center Houston. The beautiful shores of the Gulf of Mexico frame the majestic plains of this 260,000-square-mile state. Hill Country is renowned for its wine, wildflowers and quaint cowboy towns. Visit the Gulf Coast and experience the fun of South Padre Island and the luxury seaside resorts. Whether you are looking for a calm horseback ride across the vast plains or the bustle of the urban cities, like Dallas and Fort Worth, you will find Texas to be the perfect destination.
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Spa Cuisine Reinterpreted at Lake Austin Spa Resort
Organic gardens and regional flavors have set the stage for a major shift in what spa cuisine is all about at Lake Austin Spa Resort. Located in Austin, Texas, the destination spa creates a world full of delicious endeavors for guests to indulge in... more
Prepare for Renovated Relaxation at Tanglewood Resort & Conference Center
There’s just something enticing about the word “new.” The reflective sheen of a new shoe, the plush softness of a new bed, and the striking confidence of a new coat-jacket: it’s as if you’re a kid again, where the shiny “newness”... more
Texas Top List Picks
Every family needs bonding time, and sometimes that dark, cave-like basement and re-runs of TV sitcoms just aren't enough. Enter the great state of Texas where the sun shines strong, the pools shimmer in the hot afternoons, and the refreshments are... more
Gulf-front getaways, Hill Country escapes, and Southwestern desert diamonds are spread across the Lone Star State's tranquil 268,581 acres, proving that relaxation is bigger in Texas. Knead away stress with a massage as you watch the roaming Gulf of... more
Frio River Cabins
Our family had a great time here. The cabin was close to the river and Garner State Park. We made it in time to see the Maple leaves change at Lost Maples. There are great hiking trails at both of these parks. You do have to bring your own linens, but the kitchen has everything for cooking. There i...
Jan 06, 2014 - Jackie