Looking for a new winter escape try? Then try this 12 Day tour that Starts in San Antonio, visits Corpus Christi, South Padre Island, Galveston and Houston. Average winter temperature range from a high of 75 to a low of 45. You’ll stay on the Riverwalk and the Beach and enjoy a myriad of wonderful sights.
20 feet below street level and steps from the famed Alamo, the Paseo del Rio, better known as the River Walk, is the center of San Antonio. A meandering River, lined with stone pathways connects shops, restaurants, hotels and museums. Her you find a blend of historic and modern architecture that resonates to the depths of this centuries-old metropolis.
Chip and Joanna Gaines, stars of the HGTV series, “Fixer Upper” call Waco home. They are also the owners of the Magnolia Market at the Silos and a newly opened bakery, Magnolia Flour. Come along and spend some time in Waco learning more about this interesting couple and shopping at their market. There’s a little something for everyone in Waco . . . history, culture and shopping! This trip also includes two nights in San Antonio with a dinner cruise and the Alamo.
San Antonio is a unique American Cities preserving a culture that is centuries old, celebrating the holidays in a traditional style with little influence from the rest of the world. This is a city that was built before Texas was Texas and we have packaged it with Dinners and Events that are uniquely theirs.
This is a Big Itinerary, a visit to Big places a review of Big Events that are Pure Texas. From the Southfork Ranch of Dallas, to the Space Center in Houston, to the Alamo & War for Texas Independence in San Antonio, and finally to Billy Bob’s Honky Tonk in Fort Worth. We’ve packaged a trip with a little bit history & humor, and a dinner at a place named “Love & War in Texas”. Check your calendar for the right date to ‘Cast Your Eyes Upon Texas.
One of America’s oldest cities, San Antonio offers a glimpse of early Spanish colonial life in the Southwest. San Antonio was colonized by the Spanish empire in the early 1700s. And today, many of its architectural and cultural elements remain. Rich layers of this and other cultures give the city its distinction – nowhere does the term “”Tex-Mex”” take on more meaning.