Cuero, Texas— A Couples’ Destination Rich with History and Hospitality A couple of scenic hours from Austin, San Antonio, Corpus Christi or Houston is a quaint and peaceful little city of Cuero, Texas. This little gem is the perfect day-cation, weekend getaway, or excursion, next time you both visit one of its major neighboring cities. […]
With a long overnight delay in the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport we discovered Grapevine, Texas, the terrific hidden jewel of a small town nearby.
One hundred and twelve miles to the North East of Grapevine, Texas near the Oklahoma border lies the lovely little historic town of Paris, Texas. While a movie has been set in Paris that draws visitors from around the world, the secret treasures of Paris are best shared by the locals who have a pride and respect for their exquisite little community.
While Texas is one of our favorite states to visit for a multitude of reasons including fabulous hospitality and excellent food, this little destination of Grapevine, Texas was remarkable for these reasons and much more.
One of the most interesting places in Texas is the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards, an area you’ll find much entertainment for road tripping couples. It’s a great way to spend a few hours while waiting between planes, or a half day of fun, or a Sunday afternoon if you live nearby and just want something different.
If you want to score some points with your honey take her to Renee’s of Sharyland in Mission, Texas. This fun, quirky, cool, hip, and romantic cafe restaurant and boutique is the ultimate in pampering the feminine side of your twosome.
Considered one of the top birding centers of the world and steeped in rich culture and arts, McAllen and its surrounding Rio Grande Valley are quick becoming world-reknown nature tourism and cultural destinations sought the world over.
Folks in Waco know their gems and are more than happy to share them with visitors. This beautiful little city in the heart of Texas is lush and fertile partly in thanks to the gorgeous Brazos River and the Bosque River which meander through, providing an ambiance and an environment that attracts wildlife and birds as much as visitors.
A marathon road trip from the canyon lands of Utah and Arizona to Marathon, Texas