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San Antonio, Texas | Natural Bridge Caverns
Natural Bridge Caverns is so much more than one of the most treasured natural attractions Texas has to offer. (Region: South Texas Plains)
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Madisonville, Texas
Madisonville, Texas | Mushroom Capital of Texas
If Madisonville, the Mushroom Capital of Texas, isn’t on your list to visit, it should be! Madisonville is a small community of 5,000 people nestled in the Piney Woods region of Texas halfway between Houston and Dallas. (Region: Texas Piney Woods)
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Columbus, Texas | Home of Live Oaks and Live Folks
Columbus, Texas
Columbus is known as the “Home of Live Oaks and Live Folks”, a motto that has stayed true in describing both the timeless natural beauty of town as well as the vibrant hospitality of its inhabitants. Located 70 miles west of Houston, 125 miles east of San Antonio and 87 miles south of Austin, Columbus is a relaxing small-town sanctuary just at the edge of the cities. (Region: Texas Prairies and Lakes)
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Ingram, Texas | Hill Country Arts Foundation
Ingram | Hill Country Arts Foundation | OCT
Explore Arts and Crafts in the Texas Hill Country! Save the Date for the new Official Texas State Arts and Craft Fair in 2014 (Region: Texas Hill Country)
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Cibolo Creek Ranch | Marfa
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Cibolo Creek Ranch | Marfa
Nestled on more than 30,000 acres of breathtaking beauty, and steeped in history and culture, Cibolo Creek Ranch is everything you would expect from a resort retreat ~ serenity, luxury and adventure. (Region: Texas Big Bend Country)
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Jingu House Café at the Japanese Tea Garden | San Antonio
Jingu House Café at the Japanese Tea Garden | San Antonio
Experience a relaxing lunch on the outdoor patio or intimate treetop dining room featuring Private Label teas, specialty bento box, sushi, sandwiches, salads and signature teahouse desserts. (Region: South Texas Plains)
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La Vernia | Texas
La Vernia, Texas
Like the vibrant Texas Blue Bonnet, La Vernia springs to life when the sun shines. Located just 30 minutes east of downtown San Antonio, the affluent rural community boasts several events that appeal to tourist of all ages and a variety of interest. (Region: Texas Hill Country)
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Bolivar Peninsula, Texas
Bolivar Peninsula
Embraced by the beautiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Galveston Bay, the Bolivar Peninsula is a haven for fisherman, golfers, shell seekers, boaters, kayakers, oceanfront gulf cart riding and beach lovers of all ages. (Region: Texas Gulf Coast)
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Brady, Texas | McCulloch County
Brady, Texas | McCulloch County
Brady sits at the geographic center of Texas on the northwestern edge of the hill country. Established in 1876, Brady is the McCulloch County seat and stands home to award-winning hunting and outdoor recreational opportunities. (Region: Texas Hill Country)
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McNay Art Museum | San Antonio, Texas
McNay Art Museum | San Antonio, Texas
At her death in 1950, Mrs. McNay left her collection of more than 700 works of art, along with her house, surrounding 23 acres, and an endowment to establish the first museum of modern art in Texas. In 1954, the McNay opened its doors to the public. Additions to the original McNay house between 1970 and 1994 have provided galleries to exhibit the museum’s constantly growing collection. (Region: South Texas Plains)
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