Destination Articles About Texas:
23 Destination Articles
By Steve Winston
April 23, 2013
This is hallowed ground. It’s quiet now. But if you listen closely you can hear them, the men from both sides who gave their lives for their cause here. You can also hear the cannons bellowing across the centuries, belching flame and death with every explosion.
By Kate Silver
March 26, 2013
It’s not just a fact of physics. It’s a fact of life. In Houston, Texas, aka the Energy Capital of the World, many types of energy define the city, from culinary to culture and everything in between. It’s beyond kinetic.
By David Vranicar
December 31, 2012
Thanks to I-30, rapid transit and the nearby airport, Dallas and Fort Worth have never been closer. Then again, while Dallas zealously modernized its arts and architecture, Fort Worth stubbornly guarded its heritage and charm, ensuring that each city has its own distinct feel. But whether these are two separate towns or a tag-team unit, the Dallas-Fort Worth area is an ideal spot for events.
By Christine Loomis
November 20, 2012
Grapevine, Texas, may not have the cachet of neighbors Dallas and Fort Worth, but it has more than a century and a half of meetings success to build on.
By Jennie Nunn
August 30, 2012
Mention the word “Texas,” and three things immediately come to mind: spicy chili, leather cowboy boots and the Alamo. But aside from its warm climate, friendly residents and Southwest charm, there’s much more to the Lone Star State than meets the eye. From the idyllic setting of San Antonio’s River Walk and Austin’s famous live music scene to the state’s oldest modern art museum in Forth Worth to a wealth of outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and fishing, it’s no surprise Texas is a top destination for meeting planners and hosts several world conferences each year.
By Nikki Gloudeman
April 30, 2012
City dwellers often talk in neighborhood terms: "Let’s go shopping in SoMa." "Meet you in SoHo." "Have you been to that new Italian restaurant in the Warehouse District?"
By Christine Loomis
March 30, 2012
Sure, it’s Texas and proud of it. But oil and cattle alone don’t complete the multidimensional portrait of Houston, the nation’s fourth largest city. Consider this: Its medical complex is the largest in the world, with facilities rated among the best, making Houston ideal for medical meetings.