I’ll admit that I have always been a bit weirded out by the name Corpus Christi. Why a place in southern Texas would actively choose to call itself the Body of Christ in Latin is beyond me, but I guess the Spanish settlers who helped to found the place that it was appropriate at the time.
Date:February 21st, 2007
Dallas, Texas is a frequent destination for those who do business travel, but it also happens to be a place that some people choose to visit for pleasure. The “Big D”, as it is affectionately called by the residents who make it the ninth largest city in the United States, does things on a big scale. For example, the city has more restaurants per capita than New York City and Dallasites eat out about four times every week. That’s a whole lot of barbeque and Tex-Mex cuisine being consumed each ... [read more]
Date:February 12th, 2007
San Antonio is really something to remember and not just because of the Alamo, although it is the most visited attraction in Texas. And with good reason – the dusty old buildings once housed the men who established the Independent Republic of Texas. San Antiono still retains its unique character. While other cities seem to grow more alike, San Antonio maintains its quaint charm and festive atmosphere. It’s a gracious, historic and romantic city that combines a bit of Old South with a bit of Wild West with a number of old sites to ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006