Texas Travel Planning
Alamo to Dallas – Everything Your Need to Know to Plan Texas Travel
Whenever we think of Texas vacations, what usually comes to our mind is the Alamo located in San Antonio. During the later part of the 16th century, the Spanish explorers crossed the Rio Grande River and founded the first missions in Texas near El Paso. Texas became part of Mexico after Mexico became independent of Spain.
Texas revolution in 1853 began due to conflicts between the original settlers and those who came from Mexico. After a series of devastating battles, including battle of the Alamo and the battle of San Jacinto Texas defeated Mexico. Texas became the 28th state of US. Texas is a leading agricultural, oil and industrial power. The state is known for its wealth and prosperity.
Texas Size, Culture and History
Texas occupies a total area of 695,674 sq km with a population of over 19,439,337. A unique cultural combination of the Indians and the Spanish, French and other European explorers and missionaries have made Texas a colorful land of diversified culture.
Places worth visiting in Texas include: the official museum of the state of Texas, successfully named after the late Lieutenant Governor Bob Bullock. Texas Stadium has always been an international attraction as the home of the Dallas Cowboys. If you are interested marine habitats head to the Corpus Christi’s Texas State Aquarium. Other Texas attractions include Johnson Space Center, Buckhorn Saloon and Museum, Cathedral of Junk, Forbidden Gardens, Texas Prison Museum, Cascade Caverns and Ezekiel Airship.
Visit the the State Capitol in Austin. The Austin Airport Marriott South is located five miles south of downtown Austin and six miles from the University of Texas campus. Some of the other Austin area hotels Texas are Camp Wood, Marathon, Water Valley, Austin, Ant Street Inn, Mariposa Ranch, Kyle, Fort Worth and MD Resort.
In the whole of United States, Texas is the only destination where activities and attractions are made large on purpose to attract a large number of tourists . Enjoy great food, golf, beaches, hunting, and bird watching, there is something for everyone in Texas.
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