My eight day adventure
North Padre Islands
My hotel was right next to the beach so first thing in the morning I walked through all the grass then got to the sand.Padre Island National Seashore separates the Gulf of Mexico from the Laguna Madre. The park protects 70 miles of coastline, dunes, prairies. They have a lot of animals like Kemp’s ridley sea turtle, 380 bird species. It also has a rich history, including the Spanish shipwrecks of 1554.
Hamilton pool reserve
The Austin Capitol Building
African-American heritage, art and culture/ George Washington Carver Museum & Cultural Center
Mexican Cultural Institute
The Mexican government sponsors these guys some how to come to Texas and teach about Mexican culture. Their is this huge olmec statue thats cool and a great place to take pics lol. They show all kinds of interesting media art. The art usually centers around a theme about Mexican heritage, or cultural pride. They play movies and sometimes do concerts, so its fun to all age groups like a youngster myself (idk if that made sence). The exhibits change according to time I think, so their is always something new.
I highly recommend checking this place out its actually a really cool and fun historical place.
Fort Phantom hill
san angelo state ark
Chicken farm art center
Amarillo Botanical Garden.
American Quarter Horse Heritage Center & Museum
Cowgirls and Cowboys in the West
wyler aerial tramway
it was kind of scary too though. Being 4,692 ft. in the air in a small glass/metal box. The view from their was outstanding. It looked like a mountainy dessert. It takes you all around over ranger peak, cacti gardens and just all around El Paso. It was a super crazy fun adventure
Magoffin home state historical park
Big bend ranch state park
Fort Leaton is a one-acre adobe compound near the Rio Grande valley. Some people say its where the Spanish Mission del Apóstal Santiago which happened in 1683 plus they say that it was rebuilt as El Fortín de San José in 1773 and abandoned in 1810. I had only gone for a picnic but learned a lot more than I expected. They let tourists and visitors picnic, take pictures and watch and enjoy some dances that Mexican girls in bright red dresses perform.