Best Day Spas in Houston

Houston is jam packed with day spas so its hard to find one that suits your needs or your particular style so we’ve compiled a list of some of the best spas in Houston so you’ll know exactly what you’re getting into when you sign up for a luxury treatment. Trellis Spa Trellis Spa is […]

Top Landmarks in Houston

Houston is the largest city in the United States and the fourth largest in the United States with a population of more than 2 million. The city was founded back in 1836 and incorporated less than a year later. At the time Texas was not a part o f the United States and was governed […]

Sightseeing in San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas is the most visited city in all of Texas and is an important cultural and tourist hub for the state. The original inhabitants were Native Americans who were drawn to the beautiful and very useful river, now known as the San Antonio River. In 1691 a group of Spanish explorers happened upon […]

Weekend Getaways in Dallas

Dallas is a fascinating city that is just full of different activities that appeal to each person in individual ways. This city is bustling with activity and makes you a firm believer in the motto of Dallas “Live Large. Think Big”. This city that is based on big dreams knows how to show its visitors […]

Tips for Visiting the Alamo

Anyone who has been to San Antonio, Texas has almost certainly been to two places: The San Antonio Riverwalk and The Alamo. And anyone who has been to San Antonio and failed to stop at one of these places should know that they missed out on a great experience. This is particularly true of The […]

Museums in Houston

For a big blast of museums, the Houston Museum District is an area with a radius of 1.5 miles from the Mecom Fountain. This museum district is packed with 18 museums (although some of them don’t fall into a traditional museum category) which give visitors a taste of art, science, and education in a variety […]

Battleship at San Jacinto Park – Travel Photo of the Moment

The Travel Photo of the Moment is of San Jacinto Park Located in San Jacinto Park, the San Jacinto Monument in Houston, Texas features the world’s tallest memorial column — 15 feet taller than the Washington Monument. The monument and the museum at its base, commemorate the Battle of San Jacinto. At the location, you […]

Free Things to do in Dallas

Dallas, like everything in Texas, is larger than life and loaded with activities for you and your family to enjoy. The only problem is that Dallas can also have a whopping big price tag attached to it too for visitors to the area. To combat this, we’ve collected a list of free things to do […]

Houston Sports Teams and their Stadiums

Texans love their sports. Whether it’s football, basketball, hockey, or baseball, there’s sure to be a large crowd cheering on the home team. Are you new to the area or planning a visit? Here’s a run-down on the Houston teams and where they play:

Casual Dining in Houston

Find casual dining options in Houston without scouring local reviews or magazines. Visitors may be surprised to find that some of the best dining options in Houston are actually casual dining establishments as this Texas city is long on hospitality and runs a little short on pomp and circumstance. 

Family Attractions in Dallas

Dallas is a great city for a family vacation as it’s loaded with things to do for every age. As they say, everything is bigger in Texas and this definitely applies to the list of Family Attractions in Dallas. Dallas World Aquarium The Dallas World Aquarium is pretty amazing for a landlocked city. The building […]

Hot Restaurants in Houston

Houston Texas is the fourth largest city in the United States and is gaining notoriety for being one of the best places to dine. The crop of new and incredible restaurants in this previously ignored city is magnificent and needs to be explored by anyone visiting Houston.

Group Tours in San Antonio

Remember the Alamo was a battle cry in the past but now it that has expanded and the entire city of San Antonio is worthy of more than just a passing glance. San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas and the most visited in the state. Each year it is estimated that 20 […]

Nightclubs and Nightlife in Dallas

The saying is that everything is bigger in Texas certainly applies to the nightlife. The city of Dallas is just chock full of incredible nightclubs and the nightlife is just rocking.

The Best Places to Shop in Dallas

Texans love to shop and no where is this more true than in Dallas. Here, shopping isn’t a chore, but an event–one to be planned in advance and to get dressed up for. Below are just a few of the many unique shopping venues in and around the “Big D.” The Galleria. This upscale shopping […]

Museums in Dallas

Believe it or not, the city of Dallas is just rife with cultural and educational museums that offer visitors a chance to explore the way the world was, the way it can be and the beauty that exists within it. Use the following guide to find a Dallas museum that will give you the experience […]

Sightseeing in Dallas

A trip to Dallas is sure to leave you fueled with the energy of this big southern city. Only the third largest city in Texas, Dallas is also the ninth largest city in the United States; what can I say, the grow them bigger in Texas.  Founded in 1841, Dallas was formally incorporated as a […]

Free Things to Do in San Antonio

San Antonio has temperate weather year-round, is easy to navigate, is steeped in history, and offers a number of free things to do–including two of the city’s top attractions. Below are just a few of the many free things to do in San Antonio. Alamo. The Mission San Antonio de Valero, better known as the […]

Historic Landmarks in Dallas

Dallas Texas has quite an interesting past as it seemed to be an area everybody wanted but one that just wanted to run itself. Originally the area was settled by the Caddo Native Americans but that didn’t stop Spain and France from declaring the territory as theirs, simultaneously. Although it then officially become only a […]

On a Boat With Mr Ding’s Chicken Feet – Book Review

Travelers who teach English as a second language to get around are a dime a dozen, and more of them are producing books about their experiences: but Gillian Kendall’s Mr Ding’s Chicken Feet is a bit more than “just another English teacher’s trip”.