In Texas you will find more than a few romantic getaways! You can either go countryside or city life. La Cantera Resort & Spa is located high atop the rolling hills of San Antonio, Texas. You will be relaxing in an exclusive pool cabana for adults-only with country view along with poolside bar. There are 9 restaurants and offers 2 championship 18 hole golf courses and tennis court. Loma de Vida Spa & Wellness is secluded in a nature and highest points with views of the Texas sky where at night you can see the stars. They create a relax environment with several treatment options. The well-ness classes are private personal training, yoga, spin, Tabata, fusion of movement classes and social clubs...More
Texas requires a licenses that is valid from the date of purchase until August 31st unless otherwise noted. There is combination licenses packages for seniors, disabled veterans, and Texas resident active duty military. For Texas residents only package includes: Resident hunting, freshwater/salt water fishing, upland game bird and migratory game bird hunting. Texas Parks & Wildlife contact no is 800-792-1112 or tpwd.texas.gov. TPWD Mission is to manage and conserve the natural and cultural resources of Texas and to provide hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation opportunities for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations. Here are some top hunting ranches in Texas. Greystone Castle Sporting Club is a ranch located near the Dalla...More
Texas offers some of the best spots for hiking. Whether you like to hike flat or hill top, there are plenty of beautiful places. Big Bend National Park is a hiker’s paradise with 150 miles of trails. There is a lot of variety of plants, animals and scenic vistas. West of Austin in Marble Falls is a wildlife refuge offers seven miles of trails, including one called Rimrock Trail. This trail takes you to the top of a plateau and a perfect view of the hill country. A few miles south of Marble Falls in Johnson City is Pedernales Falls State Park. This park has steep walk down to the river with big rocks...More
The San Antonio Aquarium has thousands of species and interactive exhibits. Includes everything from sharks to sloths. You can even feed the sharks, rays, birds and fish. They offer several education programs and events for kids, like birthday parties, octopus encounters and “Sleep with the Sharks” program. In Austin, Texas is another location. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. 210-310-3210. email@example.com 512-222-5586.
Aquarium-Houston is located downtown has a beautiful aquarium with a underwater dining adventure. You can reserve a table on-line, the other location is in Kemah, Texas which is a few miles away...More
There are more than just a few 5 Star hotels in Texas, here are some that are reasonably priced. The Ritz-Carlton in Dallas is a uptown luxury hotel including dining and a spa. With a overnight package, you will enjoy a $180.00 towards dinner for two or a $50.00 spa credit and access to the Club Lounge with complimentary dining. This hotel is located by the Dallas Arts District and the Klyde Warren Park. A complimentary trolley leaves from the hotel to carry guests the short distance to the American Airlines Center, home to the city’s NBA and WNBA teams, art galleries, boutiques and the nightlife venues including the House of Blues.
In Austin, Texas there is the Lone Star Riverboat. The tours go down Lady Bird Lake. Most public sightseeing cruises on the Lonestar will be on weekends, during March-Mid December. There is bat watching cruises that are on one of the 3 smaller boats called The Southern Star, The Northern Star or The Little Star. They are 1 hour tours and departure 30 minutes before sunset. The bats emerge from the bridge at sunset. Friday night moonlight cruise is really nice because you can see all the stars. This is a 1 hr scenic tour from March-Mid December. You can also BYOB...More
Traveling with children can be a real challenge. There will never be a perfect trip but here are some tips that can help you along the way. Depending if you have small kids or both, you always keep your eye on them at all times. Never depend on the older ones to keep track of the younger ones because when your traveling there are a lot of distractions. You want to have a good time but always be aware of your surroundings. Before you leave, let them know where you are going and what to expect. Take it slow and leave in plenty of time whether your driving or flying. A flexible schedule will create less stress for you and your family, this will make trip overall happier. Don’t overpack, only bring familiar items...More
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort Guadalupe River is a great place for families to have a nice vacation. There are a lot of activities. The day splashing in Yogi Bear’s water zone, putt-putting on a mini golf course along the river. They have water slides, indoor/outdoor swimming pools, lazer tag, jumping pillow, arcade alley, playgrounds, jump pad, volleyball/basketball court, ninja playground, gaga ball pit, disc golf, bark park, pedal carts, fitness center, fishing, nature walk, arts/crafts, horeshoe pits, tetherball, ping pong, pool table and a scavenger hunt. There is plenty to keep you busy for all ages. Jellystone has RV sites and all sorts of cabins to choose for overnight camping. There are cabins that sleep up to 12 people...More
Texas State Railroad has several options to choose from, Book your Escape, Polar Express and Camp Historic. Currently all rides depart from the Palestine, TX train depot. From August-22-19 to October-26-19 it departs from the Rusk, TX train depot. I would go for the Polar Express. One of my favorite movies around the holidays. Polar Express starts in November. They give you logo mugs, hot chocolate and cookies. The Book Your Escape is year around and is a 4 hour ride that offers comfortable seating, food and adult beverage service, kid friendly snacks and beverages. They have First class, Deluxe coach class, open air coach Sky, High Observation dome and Presidential class...More
There are a lot of state parks to choose from in Texas. I have stayed at a few, I always find that there are clean and I have a great stay. Kerrville State Park is one park I have been to several times. The screened shelters are great, they have electric, water with a table. Even when its hot during the day, at night its cooler. There is a grocery store and plenty of fast food, other restaurants near by. Blanco State Park is beautiful with the waterfall. It also has screened shelters, RV and campsites. There a few nearby stores and restaurants. You can fish along the river. Guadalupe River State Park is a nice park on the river that you can camp, hike, swim, ride bikes and horses...More