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Stroll down warm, sandy beaches along the coast. Explore majestic canyons and forests. Play cowboy and relive history at The Alamo. Enjoy world-famous art, music and food. Shop for one-of-a-kind treasures. No matter what kind of adventure you're looking for, you'll find it in Texas.
Culture: Steeped in cowboy lore, Texas proudly holds on to its heritage. Delve into the state's multicultural history by visiting the Alamo in San Antonio and museums in Houston, or live out cowboy dreams on a dude ranch in Bandera and Graham. Explore dance, music and theater in the Dallas Arts District -- the nation's largest. From chili cook-offs to street fairs, Texas has a huge variety of festivals. When you get hungry, grab a bite of Tex-Mex cuisine or world-famous Texas barbecue.
Family: Texas thrills -- available in family size. Soar into the sky at popular amusement parks, or learn about space exploration at Space Center Houston. Watch the Dallas Cowboys in action. Go swimming, kayaking, jet skiing, or just build sand castles on Texas beaches.
Indulgence: Whatever you love, it lives here. Satisfy your appetite by splurging on a five-star restaurant and visiting top-quality wineries. Escape to a relaxing spa retreat or play a round at one of 800 golf courses. Shop for vintage finds at high-end boutiques.
The Great Outdoors: Beaches, canyons, forests and rolling hills await. Hiking, biking, rock climbing, deep-sea fishing, kayaking, bird watching -- these are just a few of the ways you can experience the state's beauty. With over 956 kilometers of sparkling coastline, you'll find beaches perfect for shelling and sunning. And make sure you visit Enchanted Rock, Big Bend National Park, Palo Duro Canyon and other wonders.
Urban Excitement: Enjoy music, food and shopping in exciting cities all across Texas. With world-class attractions and exceptional nightlife, Texas cities beat with a pulse all their own. They're richly historic and cutting-edge modern, full of unique culture, iconic architecture and music that's second to none.
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11 more inches for the country's snowiest
After back-to-back incredible weekends at Breck, Ullr has once again blessed us with an under-predicted snowfall. This monday morning brought 11 more inches in 24 hours, with 7 of them falling after closing yesterday. Breck was the snowiest resort in America in January, and everything seems to point to that trend continuing in February. Today, the snow message team caught some freshies on Tiger, then ventured to the North Bowls off T-bar to find some more. The weatherman is calling for another storm at the end of this week, so go ahead and play hookey...we won't tell anyone.
Bandera, Texas: Holiday in the Cowboy Capital of the World
Discover Bandera, Texas on your next US-bound holiday and see what it’s like to live like a real cowboy on a dude ranch.
El Paso, Texas, USA - Unravel Travel TV
El Paso is a city in west Texas, along the waters of the Rio Grande. Outside the city, Franklin Mountains State Park is home to cacti and desert wildlife like coyotes and golden eagles. The park’s Wyler Aerial Tramway ascends to Ranger Peak for views of the city and to Mexico. Nearby, the National Border Patrol Museum traces the history of the U.S. Border Patrol, from its founding in 1924 to the present.
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The Best Food in Houston
We spent one day eating at as many of Houston's best restaurants as possible and filmed it all for this week's Food Adventure Program for Awesome People!
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10 Real Haunted Ghost Towns to See in America!
Want to visit a REAL ghost town? Spooky abandoned post-apocalyptic villages aren’t just the stuff of movies - there are plenty right here in America, and some are said to be haunted!
1. Bodie, California
This National Historic Landmark is a perfectly preserved example of the late nineteenth century gold mining towns of California. Rumor has it, any visitor who tries to sneak off with an artifact from this ghost town will be cursed with bad luck!
2. St. Elmo, Colorado
St. Elmo was a lively mining center with a booming population of 2000 until the local railroad closed down. Apparently, the ghost of former resident Annabelle Stark keeps watch over the town.
3. Centralia, Pennsylvania
Centralia is home to 10 stubborn people who refuse to move and was the main inspiration for the horror movie Silent Hill. A mine fire which has been burning under the town since 1962 has caused most residents to leave over the years.
4. Bannack, Montana
With a thriving population of 10,000 it was nicknamed the New Eldorado by the hopeful prospectors. It also once had an outlaw gang leader as its sheriff. Each July, there’s a re-enactment festival celebrating the town’s former glory.
5. Cahawba, Alabama
Cahawba was once the capital of Alabama but today is an archeological park open to visitors. You can wander around and view the many abandoned streets and ruins of this formerly important governmental center.
6. Rhyolite, Nevada
First established as a mining camp near Death Valley in 1905, Rhyolite saw its peak during the American gold rush. It’s a great testament of the boom and bust cycle of this era.
7. Terlingua, Texas
Once a district of mining villages, today a ghost town, reduced to several closed mines and many abandoned industrial facilities, businesses and homes. However there’s still a working saloon for those seeking the authentic Old West experience.
8. Oatman, Arizona
Located in the Black Mountains it became famous when 10 million dollars worth of gold was discovered in the area. Wild burros now roam the streets and gunfights are staged on the weekends.
9. Glenrio, Texas
Formerly known as Rock Island it was a railway town which fell into disuse when Interstate 40 bypassed the community in 1973. Visit the Phillips 66 Service Station and other once-busy buildings that are now ghosts of their former glory.
10. Kennecott, Alaska
One of the most remote ghost towns in America, is an old copper mining town. Virtually abandoned since the Depression in the 1930’s, it now has guided tours allowing visitors to explore the abandoned buildings frozen in time…
What’s the spookiest place you’ve visited? Comment below!
Finding yourself in Fredericksburg, Texas is truly like finding yourself in a part of the Old World. Fredericksburg, with its German flair, historic buildings, attractions, outdoor activities, shopping and fine food, offers something for the entire family.
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Canton is a city in and the county seat of Van Zandt County in East Texas, United States
A series of tornadoes in the United States of America have killed five dead. Dozens of people are admitted to the hospital. Local authorities expect more casualties to be found in daylight.
The tornadoes drew a trace of destruction by the Henderson and Van Zandt regions. Many houses were damaged, cars were thrown through the air and trees rooted up.
Canton is a city in and the county seat of Van Zandt County in East Texas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 3,581According to the fire officer, one of the deadly victims was in a car. For safety, motorways are closed. Additional tornadoes are taken into account.
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Tornado destruction in Canton, Texas, a trace of devastation by tornadoes in USACanton is the home of First Monday Trade Days, held on the Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday before the first Monday of every month. It claims to be the oldest and biggest flea market in the United States.
Canton is also the host city of the annual United States Equestrian Drill Championship 
Canton is also home to a water park in East Texas, Splash Kingdom Waterpark is a family-friendly waterpark conveniently located on I-20 just west of Canton.
Canton is also home of Yesterland Farm, a farm that sells Christmas Trees, as well as Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes for children.
Canton-Hackney Airport is just north of Canton on I-20
James S. Hogg, who once served as district attorney in Van Zandt County, was elected governor in 1890.
Notorious bank robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow once lived briefly at the Dixie Hotel, built in 1915.
Jerry Hunt, composer, established IRIDA Records there in 1979.
Keavon Milton, professional football player for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
G.J. Kinne, professional football player. His father was the head coach of the Football program until 2006. Kinne would move to Gilmer High School his senior year.
Calvin Graham was the youngest U.S. serviceman in WWII enlisting at the age of twelve. He served aboard the USS South Dakota.
On July 21, 2008, Stephen Colbert made a comment on The Colbert Report about John McCain making a campaign stop in Canton, Ohio, and not the crappy Canton in Georgia. The comment resulted in a local uproar, which prompted Colbert to apologize for the story during his July 30, 2008, show. This began a running gag on the show in which he would apologize to one town and make several jokes at the expense of another town named Canton then repeat the cycle a week later. He went on to insult Canton, Kansas (drawing the ire of Kansas governor Kathleen Sebelius), and Canton, South Dakota, before turning his attention to Canton, Texas, on August 12, 2008. After apologizing to the people of Canton, South Dakota, Colbert called Canton, Texas, an incorporated outhouse and one steaming pile of longhorn dung. This jab at the Texas town had been predicted by Governor Sebelius at the end of her July 31, 2008 remarks. In response to Colbert's comments, a Canton, Texas, city councilman joked that he wanted Colbert to come there so he could mash his nose. On October 28, Colbert turned his attention back to Canton, Ohio, after Barack Obama made a campaign stop there, forcing Colbert to find it crappy.