Anyone who has lived in the Lone Star State knows the feeling of anxiously awaiting fall in Texas. It’s a much-needed reprieve from sweltering summer heat and offers the perfect environment for enjoying some of Texas’s best with both nature excursions and major events. Here are four places for you to rejoice in the arrival of the new season
Sitting on the north bank of the Rio Grande on the southern end of Texas, Laredo usually gets written off as a border town with not a lot happening. Think again. The 2010 census marked Laredo, TX as the tenth-most populous city in Texas with over 236,191 people. In the recent years, Laredo has made significant strides, growing into being a destination for many Texans all over the state. Here’s another 12 hour tour to give you a peek into Laredo’s exciting features.
Many people think Texas could be its own country, but Texas might be its own world. There are monuments in Texas inspired by the famous monuments of other countries. Do you get too homesick to travel outside our great state? Travel around the world and never leave Texas by stopping at these locations!