5 Best Romantic Getaways in Texas | US Travel Guide
5 Best Romantic Getaways in Texas
Since everything is bigger in Texas, you know you and your sweetie will have a lot of options to choose from when you’re craving to get away for a weekend and rekindle the romance.
Whether you’re looking for a quiet cottage to escape from the stress of the week, a Western-inspired oasis to bring out your cowboy side, or an exciting spot to put on your dancing shoes and go out on the town, Texas has it for you.
1. The Inn at Dos Brisas – Washington
2. Mokara Hotel & Spa – San Antonio
3. Lajitas Golf Resort – Lajitas
4. The Orchard – Ft Worth
5. West 1077 Guest Ranch – Bandera
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Postcard From Texas: Landscape Photography
Postcard From Texas
Enjoy some outstanding landscape photography by Texas Parks and Wildlife staff photographers Earl Nottingham and Chase Fountain.
Music composed and performed by Walter Nichols. Used with permission of the artist.
I STAYED IN TEXAS'S FIRST BEST WESTERN BOUTIQUE HOTEL
Best Western Hotels opened the first GLo Boutique Hotel in DeSoto, TX. I stayed in it and it's honestly one of the coolest hotels I've ever stayed in!
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Abundance Retreat - - Wimberley, Texas Accomodations
Located on sparkling Cypress Creek and steps from the historic Wimberley Square, Abundance Retreat, an adults-only/pet-friendly property, features 2 guest houses — Sundance Lodge, an elegant and spacious log home and Moondance Cabin, a romantic pine-log cabin.
Abundance is truly distinct, blending natural beauty and luxurious living with the best location in the Texas Hill Country.
PBS Show March 15-21, 2015, #2322 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]
Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS Show #2322
March 25-21, 2015
Garner State Park
Built by the CCC in the 1930s, Garner has long been one of the most popular parks in the state, and with good reason. From the spring fed Frio River, to the vast hiking trails, to the summer dances, there is a lot here. That’s why generations of Texans have been making this Hill Country gem the place to be year round.
The Climate Detective
What can old Texas trees teach us about our climate? One researcher is finding out. Follow him as he taps the secrets of the trees and learns the warnings they may hold for water planners.
Birding has become big in Texas, with the numbers of Texas birders topping 2 million. The Lone Star state has more documented birds than any other state, and some rare beauties that you’ll find nowhere else in North America. So what does it take to get into this hobby? We’ll take a look at some of the basic gear you’ll need, fill you in on where to go, and highlight a way to bring the birds to you.
Outdoor Info: Canoe Basics
Get some tips on how to get going as a canoeist. There’s more than one type of canoe, and more than one way to get started.
Postcard From Texas
Enjoy a fall day at Austin’s McKinney Falls State Park.
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The World's Most Dangerous Hike - El Caminito Del Rey
In this action packed episode of our road trip through Spain, we hop on a boat tour in Barbate, and then drive to El Caminito Del Rey, where we hiked the infamous El Chorro also known as the death hike (honestly, go google it). After a good nights rest we drove to Malaga to learn how to dodge a bull in the ring, then explored a movie set in Almeria where they used to film old spaghetti western movies!
Note on Bull Fighting:
Our team had a very unique opportunity to visit a bullfighting school and learn about the history of the Corrida De Torros. This isn't something that tourists can pay and do. The young men who live and train to become professional bullfighters are part of a cultural tradition that has been around for over a thousand years, a tradition that is very controversial. No animals were harmed in the making of this video.
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Wondrous Wetlands | Whiteboard
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OceanVillageHotel.com Check out the Ocean Village Hotel in Surfside Beach, Texas. It's just a little bit south of Galveston, where it's close to the attractions, but away from the crowds. The rooms are clean and modern, and right on the beach. It's ideal for a weekend get-a-way, a beach wedding, or your next reunion. Book your reservation now at OceanVillageHotel.com.
PBS Show Shrimping Life, Brazos Bend & Bathing Bobwhites, #2615
Program #2615. Air dates January 21-27, 2018 & July 22-29, 2018
Shrimping Life, Brazos Bend & Bathing Bobwhites
The Last of the Stringos
Shrimping is and has always been a way of life for the Stringo family. Five generations of Stringos have shrimped the Gulf and Bays of Texas. But times are tough, and while most of the family have given up, there is one Stringo still on the water.
Brazos Bend State Park
Known as a nature-lovers paradise, the diverse ecosystems of Brazos Bend State Park attracts equally diverse people from the nearby metropolis of Houston. Learn about some of the things visitors enjoy doing at this popular state park.
Meet a man in Utopia who helps save souls, when he isn’t helping save lasting mementos of hunting and fishing trips.
Rafinesque’s Big-eared Bats
Get an up close look at a bat few folks ever get to see. Travel to east Texas and visit the Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge, to catch a glimpse of the rare Rafinesque's Big-eared Bat.
Postcard From Texas
Bobwhite Quail cool off and chow-down in a Panhandle cotton field.
SCARED FOR MY LIFE! Sailing at 22 knots boat speed down HUGE waves (Sailing La Vagabonde) Ep. 105
Yep, La Vagabonde reached 22.7 knots boat speed. We couldn’t believe it. With a max of 28 knots wind behind us from about 120 degrees, we surfed down one wave and then caught the next one in front of that. Before we knew it we were all looking at a 22.7 on the nav gear. I had a close eye on the bows making sure they weren't going to bury, they looked like they might but Riley promised me that it was normal and fine!! Matthieu says we could have got 25 knots so looks like Riley will be aiming for that next time… I never thought I’d go this fast on a sail boat. Still in recovery from this wild experience. Very happy to still be here to tell you this tale, to be alive and writing this very description is a miracle. I love you guys, Elayna.
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