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The Lone Star State, known for its vast landscapes, BBQ, cowboy culture, and as a powerhouse in energy, tech, and agriculture in the US.

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Texas is the second-largest state in the US and boasts a unique blend of Tex-Mex culture, vast landscapes, and a thriving economy driven by industries such as oil and gas, technology, and agriculture. Visitors can explore iconic landmarks like the Alamo or the Space Center Houston, indulge in delicious BBQ and Tex-Mex cuisine, or experience the legendary music scene in cities like Austin or Dallas. Whether it's urban charm or natural beauty, Texas has plenty to offer for visitors of all tastes.

seeker 1 year ago

Texas is a different type of Barbecue, has a southwest flair and while I will agree to disagree with anyone who says it’s the best, it does deserve a spot for one of the best states to get barbecue. Things are just done different in Texas!

travelwelldunn 3 years ago

I love Texas I really want to discover all the cultures in America

mkady197 3 years ago

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  • The 9 Best Cherry Blossom Festivals in the US 2023

    One of the prettiest indicators that spring has sprung is when the blooms of sakura (cherry blossoms) burst into color. And luckily, you don’t have to fly all the way to Japan to enjoy what this cherry blossom festival season has to offer. From coast to coast, cities across America have planted the ornamental trees […]

  • 17 Creative Date Ideas in Houston For Any Budget

    Houston may be known as the culinary capital of the south, but there’s so much more to do on date night than go out to dinner. Don’t get me wrong, a night out at one of Houston’s many fine dining establishments is a night well spent. However, there’s plenty for couples to do in the […]

  • 13 Epic National Parks to Visit in Winter

    From tropical islands to winter wonderlands, these sprawling US national parks are brimming with a sense of exploration and wonder. Visit frozen waterfalls and ski down snowy slopes in Montana at Glacier National Park, go snorkeling alongside sandy shorelines at Florida’s Dry Tortugas National Park, or hike volcanic landscapes and lava fields at Hawai’i Volcanoes […]

  • White Sands National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    White Sands National Park is surreal in the best sense of the word. Snow-white sand dunes stretch as far as the eye can see, with the San Andres Mountains framing the horizon. It’s hard to understand just how strange miles and miles of blindingly-white sand is until you visit this wild US national park in […]

  • Carlsbad Caverns National Park: the Complete Guide for 2023

    It’s hard to prepare yourself for just how massive the Carlsbad Caverns actually are. The drive to the cave entrance itself, while scenic, can feel a bit underwhelming. It’s not until you actually step off the elevator that takes you into the caves (or, for the most adventurous, hike down into the Natural Entrance), that […]