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Daytripper: Grapevine

If you’ve ever visited Grapevine in December, then you know why it’s called the Christmas Capital of Texas.” However, year-round…

Daytripper: Port Lavaca

Port Lavaca lies on a stretch of the Texas coast between Galveston and Corpus Christi that often gets overlooked by…

Daytripper: Lubbock

Lubbock earned its nickname as the “Hub City” by being the center of activity for generations of Texans living in…

Daytripper: Johnson City

Texas is synonymous with big, partly because of its land mass, but also because of its big personalities. And through…

Daytripper: Abilene

North of the Hill Country, but south of the Panhandle; west of North Texas, but east of West Texas, is…

Daytripper: Mason

Texas is chock-full of mockingbirds (our state bird), pecan pies (our state pie), and armadillos (our state small mammal), but…

Daytripper: Houston

More than any other Texas city, Houston is defined by its neighborhoods, helping to break this giant bayou buffet up…

Daytripper: El Paso

While the westernmost city in Texas may be outside the “day-trip zone” for many Texans, a trip to this border-bound…

Daytripper: San Antonio

You can’t blame folks for donning coonskin caps and partaking in the tourist tradition that is San Antonio’s River Walk.…

Daytripper: State Fair

There’s no denying that Texans know how to throw a party. Whether it’s SXSW in Austin or The Great Texas…

Daytripper: Georgetown

As travelers fly by on I-35, some may be unaware that one simple exit could take them to the heart…

Daytripper: Arlington

Many visit Arlington seeking the high-flying screams of a roller-coaster or the decibel-busting cheers of the home crowds. And while…
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