Why are Texans so Proud of Texas?

Texas cowboys

Texans have an inherent state of pride that no other state can compare. Most certainly, people from other states do not understand why Texans are so proud of their home. It’s something that is bred into them. If you’re curious as to why Texas are so prideful of their state, here are … Read more

The State Capitol and Visitors Center to Find All Places to Visit in Texas

The State Capitol and Visitors Center

The Texas State Capitol is the legislative hall building and seat of administration of the American province of Texas. Situated in midtown Austin, Texas, the structure houses the workplaces and offices of the Texas Legislature and of the Governor of Texas. Planned in 1881 by draftsman Elijah E. Myers, it was built … Read more

The State Symbol of the Lone Star State and the Texas Longhorn

A man riding a Texas Longhorn on Padre Island in Texas

Texas is a state with some really rich history backing it up. Bordering Mexico, the Lone Star State as it is called, is the largest state in the United States following Alaska. It is known not just for its unique shape with a protruding southern end, but also for its populous and … Read more

The Beaumont Botanical Gardens and Warren Loose Conservatory

picture of the front entrance to Warren Loose Conservatory

If you’ve been touring the state of Texas and are now somewhere in the southeast and looking for a nice and quite place to relax, the Beaumont Botanical Gardens with the accompanying Warren Loose Conservatory might just be the place you need to visit. The city of Beaumont in Texas is already … Read more

The Battle of Flowers Parade – Fiesta San Antonio

A bustling crowd at Fiesta San Antonio

The Battle of Flowers Parade is the event that launched San Antonio’s Fiesta. In 1891, a group of ladies decorated horse-drawn carriages to parade in front of the Alamo and showered each other with flower blossoms. The Parade was organized to honor the heroes from the battles of the Alamo and San … Read more