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Things to do in Texas
Austin - have a splashing time at Barton Springs
Fed by underwater springs that keep the water at a constant temperature of 68 degrees the Barton Springs Pool have been a popular place for people to come and bathe for many years. Robert Redford learnt to swim here as have thousands of other children, as the crystal clear waters make it a safe place to learn. An estimated 27 million gallons of water flow up into the pool every day and the upwelling can easily be felt in parts of the pool.
Corpus Christi - sample local cuisine at the Water Street market
Water Street market grew up around the Water Street Seafood Company and now consists of a number of different venues providing excellent local and international cuisine as well as entertainment. The market is also home to the Texas Surf Museum that contains vintage boards and film. As you walk along the street, look down at your feet and you will see you are following the South Texas Music Walk of Fame.
Dallas - explore the Old Red Courthouse
Built from large blocks of grey granite and red sandstone from Peso and also Arkansas, the Old Red Courthouse in Dallas looks like something out of a fairy story, or medieval Europe. Completed in 1890 it is one of the oldest buildings in Dallas and with its 90 foot clock tower and stained glass windows it looks imposing from the outside and simply stunning from the interior, especially its magnificent central staircase.
Dallas - visit the Dallas County Historical Plaza
Located in central Downtown Dallas, is where you will find the Dallas County Historical Plaza, where the original town of Dallas was first created. Located within the Plaza you will find a replica of the wooden cabin that John Neely Bryan, founder of the city of Dallas was said to live in. Also in the plaza is a memorial to JF Kennedy who was assassinated just a few blocks away.
El Paso - go and see the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo tribe
The Ysleta del Sur Pueblo are an officially recognized tribe that have lands held in trust in and around the city of El Paso and have been an integral part of the business of the city for over 300 years. Examples of their handicrafts including beautiful clothing and artifacts can be found in selected stores in the city. The tribe also holds a number of open ceremonies throughout the year that the public are invited to attend, but are asked to be respectful.
Fort Worth - people watch at the Sundance Square
The Sundance Square in Fort Worth is a hive of activity and guaranteed to have something to delight everyone in the family. Whether you are looking for a museum or art gallery, shopping or somewhere to eat the square has it all. For a bit of culture take in some ballet, music or play in one of the theatres or alternatively visit one of the Jazz clubs or simply sit out on the street and listen to the roadside performers.
Houston - travel back in time at the Air Terminal Museum
As Houston grew, and aviation became more popular, the airport needed expanding. In 1940 a new terminal building was built in an impressive art deco style. Unlike many other city’s, Houston has retained the building intact. It now acts as a museum showing photographs, paintings and memorabilia of the planes that were used in that era as well as scale models and diagrams from renowned designers such as Howard Hughes.
Houston - wander around Allen's Landing
The birthplace of Houston is said to be Allen’s Landing where 2 brothers from New York first stepped on shore, just months after Texas gained independence from Mexico, and purchased the land with a view to create a port and town. The area is undergoing extensive restoration and a replica wharf has already been finished and is used by the Dragon Boat racers for their annual regatta as well as local canoeists and kayakers.
San Antonio - take in the views from the Tower of the Americas
Rising majestically 750 feet over the city of San Antonio, is the impressive Tower of the Americas. Taking a ride to the top of the observation deck of this tall structure, provides amazing views of the city and of the surrounding countryside. The tower has a restaurant where you can dine on local seafood or steaks whilst taking in the views, which are particularly spectacular at night time.
San Antonio - tour the Alamo
Remember the Alamo has been a cry that has been used by Hollywood for years. Two films in particular glorify the defense of the mission, and its surrounding walls, when it became a pivoting part of the war of independence from Mexico. The mission church is still standing and is now a national monument with tours available with many visitors to the site being surprised at how small it is.
Introduction of Texas
Texas is the second-biggest state in the US and attracts a huge number of business and leisure travellers each year. Due to the landscape, Texas was once a difficult state to get around. Nowadays, the city has the longest rail and road systems in the country, along with the most airports. Texas is also a hub of industry and business travellers working in a variety of sectors are likely to be looking for hotels in Texas. Agriculture, petrochemicals and electronics are among the thriving industries in the state. Tourists staying at hotels here will find a huge number of things to do. For example, guests who prefer to stay in the state capital, Austin, can take a trip on a riverboat and see the city's bats. Every evening, 1.5 million bats fly out from under the Congress Street Bridge; it is an amazing sight. Alternatively, there are a number of national parks in the state; Big Bend National Park offers rafting, hiking and camping amongst other activities.