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Corpus Christi, Downtown intro. None of the cities on the Texas Gulf of Mexico coastline are as large as Corpus Christi, best known as the gateway city to nearby Padre Island. Corpus Christi itself, however, is also worth a close look. Most Corpus Christi City Center hotels are affordable two or three-star establishments; even those located on the coastlines of its beaches, which are generally warm, sandy, uncrowded, and free. The heart of Corpus Christi - City Center is the Bayfront, where concrete steps descend to the edge of Corpus Christi Bay. The Bayfront begins at Magee Beach and ends at the Art Museum of South Texas, one of many museums in the city, along with the Texas State Aquarium, the Museum of Science and History, and the floating museum inside the USS Lexington WWII aircraft carrier. The city is also filled with churches and small relaxing structures called miradors, which resemble gazebos and are dedicated to various city historic events or people.