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Texas Vacation Planning: Imaginary or Real Deal, We Feel You

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With TripAdvisor recently naming the top 10 destinations which are on the rise in 2018, and Waco, Texas taking second place on the list, we thought you might want to take the time to dreamily trace your way through some other great Texas vacation planning photos now that the winter weather is digging in. Shorter days, and the fact that “Blue Monday” has officially come and gone, means that many of us are in the process of craving some sunshine, warm temperatures, and just a little bit of the ability to see in front of our own face past 5:30 p.m. Whether you’re really planning to vacation or you’re simply daydreaming, we thought you might want to let your mind wander through some great Texas locales.

Texas Vacation Planning: Imaginary or Real Deal, We Feel You

Photo: Facebook/Baylor University

For those of you interested in the actual TripAdvisor list, the cities that everyone is planning to visit this year were listed as follows (in order from 10th to first):

  • Lexington, Kentucky
  • Omaha, Nebraska
  • Greenville, South Carolina
  • Richmond, Virginia
  • Paso Robles, California
  • Boulder, Colorado
  • Bend, Oregon
  • Wilmington, North Carolina
  • Waco, Texas
  • Kapaa, Hawaii
Texas Vacation Planning: Imaginary or Real Deal, We Feel You

Photo: Facebook/South Padre Island | Tropical Travel

For those interested in a little bit more of the Lone Star State, here are some fantastic vacation destinations:

  • South Padre Island
  • Fredericksburg
  • Son’s Island
  • The Woodlands
  • Jefferson
  • Amarillo
  • Galveston
  • Grapevine
  • Amarillo
  • San Antonio
Texas Vacation Planning: Imaginary or Real Deal, We Feel You

Photo: Pexels

Each of these Texas cities, towns, or island retreats hast their own uniqueness about their venues, accommodations, and attractions. Family-friendly or a lovers’ getaway, Texas can provide the type of downtime you need, en you need it! We love our state, and there’s no better way to get a retreat from the every-day than by exploring more of what’s in our own backyard. For links to plans your Texas vacation, visit sites such as USA Today, The Culture Trip, and VacationIdea.com. They have fantastic suggestions, side trips to keep you busy, or simple sunny breaks that require nothing but a lounge chair and maybe a glass of wine! Happy Texas vacation planning (even if it’s only imaginary – we feel you!)

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