hidden gems of texas

Santa's Wonderland
Christmas is just around the corner and we have a great place for you to visit this holiday season; Santa's Wonderland in College Station, Texas.
Texas Rose Festival – Hidden Gems of Texas
The Texas Rose Festival is held in Tyler, Texas every October. The history of the festival reaches back to 1933 and celebrates the rose and the impact the industry has on the town. There are parades, luncheons, ceremonies, seminars and the crowning of the newest Rose Queen
Hidden Gems of Texas
Want to see the famous Bluebonnets of Texas? Be sure to check out the Bluebonnet Trails in Ennis, Texas for blankets and blankets of the fabulous flower.
Galveston – Hidden Gems of Texas
Galveston is one of my favorite places to go. My mom and I used to go every summer, but it can be fun as a winter trip also. There's plenty to do and lots to see. I have a few ideas of things to do like the historical tours downtown, shopping on the Strand, Schlitterbahn, Moody Gardens, museums…
Grapevine – Hidden Gems of Texas
Christmas is coming and if you are looking for a little family fun then head to Grapevine, Texas. Grapevine is known as the Christmas Capital of Texas and with over 1400 events in 40 days it's easy to see why.
Boca Chica Beach – Hidden Gems of Texas
Boca Chica is an undeveloped beach near Brownsville, Texas that very few are aware exists. The beach and surrounding lands make up Boca Chica State Park; a place to disconnect and enjoy the water, wildlife, walks on the beach and beautiful sunrises/sunsets.
Round Rock – Hidden Gems of Texas
Round Rock, Texas just North of Austin, is considered the 'Sports Capital of Texas'. The city has also recently been named one of the '10 Cheapest Road Trip Destinations' according to DealCrunch.com. Let's check out the Hidden Gem and see what it has to offer.

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