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Help needed in planning our Texas road trip!
Posted February 4th, 2013 - 5:54 pm by from Gesher Haziv, Israel (Permalink)
Hi,
We are two guys with a car who are looking to explore and get to know Texas. we are really interested in the culture, music, landscape; old&new. We would like to explore both the little towns and ranches, and the big cities.

We would cross the border from New Mexico later this week and we will be thankful to get some suggestions, and information about places to go, to see, and maybe invitation for couches :)

We got our 95' Volvo that can take us anywhere , and we really don't mind to sleep in it if you got no place in your house.

thank you for your opinions, suggestions, and thoughts

Ido and Micah .

Posted February 11th, 2013 - 1:26 pm from Fairfax, United States
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Posted February 11th, 2013 - 6:19 pm by from Lorena, United States (Permalink)
For Music - definately hit up Austin - and specifically 6th street - it's the "Live Music Capital of the World". Just outside of Austin is Enchanted Rock - it would be a nice place to visit/camp - it has beautiful scenery.

For Culture - San Antonio is cool. There's the Alamo, The Mexican Market and the Riverwalk. There is also a Museum as well. You might also want to check out Fort Worth, TX and the Stockyards - there is a famous club called Billy Bobs and they have a mechanical bull - there are also rodeos most weekends. There is also a "haunted hotel" in the stockyards that used to be an old brothel. I can send you details if interested

Smaller towns to visit - Fredericksburg, Wimberly & New Braunsfels.

I live just outside of Waco - about halfway from Austin to Dallas. If you are in the area, we may can host for a fews days or definately show you around the area here. Just message me if you need more details or have any other questions. Welcome to Texas!

Posted March 15th, 2013 - 2:31 pm by from College Station, United States (Permalink)
This is a really late response but I was wondering if you're still traveling through Texas?