Tag Archives: Texas

things to do in Grapevine Texas: public art in Historic Grapevine downtown Main Street

5 Fun Things to Do in Grapevine Texas

Grapevine Texas has the charm of a smaller town—with an old western frontier vibe—combined with modern cosmopolitan amenities. Grapevine is a favorite destination for conferences, located in North Texas between Dallas and Fort Worth. In fact, a conference is how I discovered Grapevine—specifically the Travel Media Showcase conference this past August. A Grapevine visit is also really […]

8 Great Things to do in Lubbock Texas by Charles McCool

8 Great Things to Do in Lubbock

Lubbock, Texas is called Hub City, being the heart of a vast area of the southern end of the High Plains. Lubbock is midway between Albuquerque and Dallas, and also the halfway point between Amarillo and Midland. I bet you did not know that the Lubbock area is actually the largest grower of cotton in the […]

things to do in Amarillo

8 Great Things to Do in Amarillo

“Step Into the Real Texas,” they like to say in Amarillo, Texas. While Amarillo is the largest city in the Texas panhandle, it is even one of the dozen largest cities in Texas. “Real Texas,” I gather, means avoiding the hustle and mayhem of the big city and appreciating the people, things, and surroundings. While Amarillo […]

American Wind Power Center, Windmill Museum, Lubbock, Texas

Fascinating Small Town Museums in Western US

This article covers museums in western US, including Alaska, California, Colorado, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. I know there are wonderful museums in the other states but I need your help. Please suggest fascinating museums to visit in Arizona, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Washington—or any of the states for which I have entries. Thank you! Please […]

more beaches by Charles McCool of McCool Travel, Anna Maria Island in Florida

More Beaches

Yesterday, I listed a few of my favorite beaches. It is nearing Memorial Day (last Monday in May) here in the United States, which marks the unofficial start of summer and beach season. Here are some other beautiful beaches in the United States (including Hawaii today) that I have been to only once or twice. […]