Hi, I prefer the small city of Nacogdoches in Texas to be one of the best and interesting place to see. It is the most inviting for me because of its unique distinction and it historical interest on each location.
I prefer the departure lounge of any airport. <smirk\>
Honestly, I've not spent much time in the great state. I don't find Houston or Dallas appealing. Was up in The Woodlands, just north of Houston once, it was okay. Don't have much love for College Station either. Austin seemed nice.
I know that leaves a vast amount of land unseen.
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I use to be an official with the Western Professional Hockey League (WPHL) and visited many cities in Texas during my travels and I always thought San Antonio was a beautiful city. Not only do they have historical sites, like the Alamo, but their river walk is beautiful. Lots of great food and wonderful people.
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