Texas Road Trip x3
By: Karen G.
1ST DAY: Austin
This is the Austin City Limits Music Festival!
This is 6th street. The town famous for the music!
this is Austin's skyline during a sunrise. Isn't it beautiful!
Our next stop is San Antonio! Or its also know officially as The City Of San Antonio. San Antonio also is known for being the seventh most populous city in the U.S! Wow, that's a lot of People! Walking around, the air seems kind of warm. San Antonio has a humid subtropical climate. This makes it so that San Antonio has hot summers and Warm, comfortable winters. As i was walking down the road i could see that there were a lot of tourists. San Antonio seems like a very popular tourist attraction on its own! One of its most popular attractions is the Alamo. That is because it played a very big part in Texas history! Most people know to "remember the Alamo!" That's all the time i have for now, so i headed back to my hotel to get ready for my next stop. :D
What a big place to start, hehe. It was actually named after George Washington Littlefield, who was a Mississippi native, confederate officer, cattleman, banker, and benefactor of the University Of Texas At Austin. Surprisingly, Littlefield's motto is: "Where BIG things happen" hehe. The climate can be described as semi-arid and in my opinion warm, mostly hot during the summer. Walking around I also found a campsite and that a singer, Waylon Jennings, was born in the town and the town even has a small place to commemorate him. The economy of the small town seems to mostly rely on cotton, this is especially noticeable with the products constantly made. Apparently there was a very big murder case in this city a few years ago, about 1,500 people attended the funeral of the murdered couple. I really like the small feeling of the town, i don't know why but small towns and cities are my favorites. I must say this was a fun trip hopefully i'll do it again.
(I wonder were Mr.scott gets the money though? XD (hehe jk))