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Do’s and Don’ts of Late Summer Travel in Texas
Getting in a last-minute road trip before summer vacation ends? Along with the fun traveling has to offer also comes a responsibility to protect yourself and others from the dangers of traveling, especially in August, the hottest time of year in Texas.
With a Concha Revival Underway, Here’s Where to Get the Colorful Pastries in Texas
To everyone who rolled their eyes at the hybrid cronut or the gourmet over-complication of cupcakes in recent years (bakery fads: so many empty calories), we’ve got good news.
10 Small Texas Towns to Visit Now
From Bastrop to Port Isabel, these hamlets with fewer than 20,000 residents offer larger-than-expected fun …
12 Glamping Retreats to Make Camping a Little Less Rustic
As we continue to adjust to the “new normal,” people are seeking safe ways to enjoy local travel with their families or small social bubbles.
Weatherford Shifts Annual Parker County Peach Festival to Parker County Peach Week
This year’s festival was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns, but that doesn’t mean the city will stop celebrating its summer bounty. Instead of a one-day affair, Weatherford is hosting an entire week of smaller celebrations from July 11 to 18.
Where to Celebrate National Ice Cream Day in Texas
In Texas, whether it’s National Ice Cream Day or not, scoops reign supreme.
Play Lotería and Eat Raspas at a Traditional Kermesse
A kermesse or kermes is a festival or bazaar hosted by a Catholic church to raise funds from summer through late fall.
8 Summer Art Exhibits to See Now
Giant LEGO dinosaurs, superhero-themed paintings, and photographs of famous musicians are currently on exhibit at museums in Texas—but they won’t be for much longer.
5 Texas New Year’s Wellness Retreats
The New Year can bring a much-needed impetus for change and self-improvement, especially when it comes to health and wellness. And achieving those goals can be fun when they’re combined with a vacation. These five New Year’s retreats in Texas promise days of yoga, meditation, mindfulness, and an all-around good start to your 2019.
Baking with Friends
Anytime is a good time to be in the Texas Hill Country. For me, it’s most perfect in the fall, so my excitement level was high when I was invited several years ago to participate in one of its best fall festivities—the Fredericksburg Food and Wine Fest, now in its 25th year.