Texas Essentials: Crista Bailey, Hideaway Report’s CEO & Travel Aficionado

by Lisa Davis on August 14, 2019

Crista Bailey is empowering people and changing their world perspective through one-of-a-kind hideaways and luxurious travel experiences. Bailey joined Austin-based Hideaway Report, a curated travel website, in 2017 to reboot their brand.  She brought her...

#TravelTuesday: Windstar Cruises, 4 Countries in 10 Days

by Marika Flatt on August 13, 2019

The most brilliant thing about taking a cruise is being able to wake up in a new location, sometimes, a new country, every day! You travel from port to port in your sleep and wake...

5 Things They Don’t Tell You About a Ski Trip

by Amelia Connor on August 8, 2019

Texans love to ski. And, with thermometer-busting temperatures in Texas, and back to school preparations in full swing, your thoughts may turn to upcoming trips to cooler climes. Now, when most of us hit the...

#TravelTuesday: Texas State Railroad, Worth the Drive for the Ride

by Marika Flatt and Cullen Parker on August 6, 2019

Craft drinks and train travel might seem like an unlikely pair, especially in Texas.  But, the Texas State Railroad combines vintage train travel with craft beer and Texas wines to make for an unforgettable East...

#TravelTuesday: Marble Falls, a Hip Lakefront Getaway

by Marika Flatt and Cullen Parker on July 30, 2019

As you head west out of Central Texas, the landscape quickly changes from city to rolling hills and lake scenes. Winding through the highland lakes region, a road tripper enjoys steep cliffs and limestone rock...

Road Tripping Through Texas, a Nostalgic Adventure

by Gabi De la Rosa on July 22, 2019

Complete with good food, great places to stay and the wonder of your next adventure, a road trip through Texas will bring back the nostalgia of your youth. Nothing quite screams vacation like a summer...

#TravelTuesday: 5 Historic Missions on San Antonio’s River Mission Trail

by Fred Mays on July 22, 2019

Although the Alamo is the most famous, San Antonio has several other must-see old Spanish missions that are surrounded by mystery and intrigue. The four missions of the National Park Service Mission Trail are highlights...

#TravelTuesday: Six Flags is Back in Houston & Perfect for Family Fun!

by Gabi De la Rosa on July 16, 2019

The biggest amusement park announcement to hit the Houston scene in years was made just in time for the 2019 summer season. Wet & Wild Splashtown is now Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown. The park...