#TravelTuesday | History, Hot Springs and Hiking in Truth or Consequences

by Chantel Baul on November 14, 2017

In New Mexico, Truth or Consequences' striking mountainous backdrop makes it a great option for a quick day trip as you traverse the Southwest. In 1950, the now-defunct TV game show Truth or Consequences was...

#Travel Tuesday | Road Trip with Chevrolet Through the West Texas Desert

by Natalie K. Gould on November 7, 2017

Twenty four hours, 400 miles, too much to see. Driving to Marfa is a bit like a movie. The Texas high desert, still and flat, waits quietly for your arrival. Then, like a bullet, you...

Texas Vacationers Survive Hurricane Irma on St. Thomas

by Donna Long on November 3, 2017

What started as a much-anticipated vacation promising days of relaxation on the high seas turned into something drastically different. Stuck on an island devastated by Hurricane Irma, this Texas couple walked away with enough memories...

Beyond the Cover: Two New College Station Hotels Fill a Void

by Marika Flatt on November 2, 2017

The new Century Square mixed-use development in College Station, on the corner of the Texas A&M University campus, is all about location, location, location! Right across the street from campus, the development includes two hotels to...

#Travel Tuesday | Spooktacular Texas

by Kate Ferris on October 31, 2017

We’ve rounded up 10 of the spookiest spots in Texas to celebrate the spirit of Halloween,. Paramount Theatre, Austin: You may think that this is simply a place for some of the best live performances and...

Armchair Travel Books to Spark Your Wanderlust

by Bebe Brown on October 24, 2017

If our travel issue left you craving the open road, we have some further recommended reading to help you cure that cabin fever. These photo-heavy coffee-table books also make great gifts for the travelers on...

#Travel Tuesday | Tree-mendous Destination Dining in Utopia

by Cynthia Casburn on October 24, 2017

If dining in a tree is on your bucket list, this destination restaurant is a must-do. The Laurel Tree enchants clients in a utopian setting up in a tree or inside of its quaint Provence...

#Travel Tuesday | Fall Hiking in Texas, Trails + Tips

by Samantha Strom on October 17, 2017

Fall is the perfect time to get out and explore, and what better way than with a scenic hike. And, no matter what corner of Texas you hail from (or if you’re smack dab in...