They say that everything is bigger in Texas, and as a native Texan I feel obligated to agree. Texas is the second largest state in the Union, but they are the first in the Union for their tenacity. Texas is so large, that one could literally write a book on all of the attractions that should be visited while vacationing here. Ask a Texan where you should visit, and your often get a line ten miles long. You may need many trips to the states with an ESTA
to see it all. So, to make thing easier for the potential visitor I will break things down by regions. Dallas an Fort Worth are a sprawling metropolis that have endless sights to bring in tourists from every neck of the woods. Even the people of the great state of Texas can appreciate culture, and you can find many museums dedicated to both art, and history.
Dallas is the furthest north metropolitan area, and like many things in the Lone Star State, has a few sad moments in history tied to its name. We have all by now reached a point in our education, to realize that John F. Kennedy, was assassinated in his motorcade, driving by the Texas School Book Depository, by a man named Lee Harvey Oswald. This tragic day still haunts the minds of most Americans. The building in which Oswald hid, is still open and gives daily tours about the events of that horrid day. People from all over the world still travel to Dallas to try and try to piece together the missing information.
Heading south we come to the beautiful city of San Antonio, and it's world renowned river walk. Tourists can walk the river that runs throughout the town, finding shops, and restaurants that suite the needs of every guest of the city. Tourists may even take a gondola ride up and down the river, with options for food and entertainment while in the boat. While in San Antonio you must stop and see the Alamo, a site at which a historic battle between the Mexican army, and the Republic of Texas took place. The Mexicans slaughtered the Texans, an even a loved American Icon Davy Crocket. Shortly after the battle the Republic of Texas decimated the Mexican army screening “remember the Alamo,” a war cry that Texas soldier still cry out in battle to this day. Finally Texas has its little piece of paradise that they call Corpus Christi. This is a beach town that lies in the gulf of Mexico, that native Texans use as their own personal playground. As a tourist you have the option to charter a boat and experience some of he finest fishing known to the wold. Texas is one of those all around great states, that offer visitors a wide range of new and exciting activities. If you are looking for a vacation spot to enjoy life to the fullest, then Texas is your go to place.