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Places I Have Been

Places I Have Been

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Love this view- one of my favorite places in the world is the Ashville North Carolina Grove Park Inn Spa :)

Sunset along the Blue Ridge Parkway -Ashville North Carolina

Enchanted Rock in the hill country a must on your hikes to do. The view alone is worth it.

Dallas Arboretum, Texas


Texas State Capitol

Austin, Texas


New Mexico

Port Aransas, TX - We rented a house on the beach in August 2010 and had an awesome vacation. It was the kids' first time on the beach and they LOVED it!

South Padre Island TX


Panama City, FL


18) Texas - San Antonio River Walk - My husband & I joined the millions of people who visit the River Walk each year to enjoy this unusual urban sanctuary that winds along the San Antonio river in central San Antonio, one story below the bustling street level. The lush landscapes, quaint pathways, cruises along the river and fabulous outdoor restaurants are worth the visit. A very Romantic getaway :0) Don't forget to cross the street and visit the Alamo. Take the tour for amazing stories.

My sister and I went to the Stockyards in January 2012 when she visited, and we had a wonderful time!!! Tons of shopping, music, wine tasting, restaurants, animals, cattle, men on horses, and great shows! We especially enjoyed the Cowboy Museum!!! It was so much fun in there! We learned a lot about cowboys and their history! So far, living in Texas for the past 6 months has been great! Can't wait to see more of this great big state we now call home!!

Galveston Island is located on the coastline of Texas just 50 miles south of Houston. Explore the treasures it has to offer – 32 miles of beaches, relaxed atmosphere, abundant leisure activities, excellent medical facilities, first-rate restaurants, educational opportunities, numerous attractions and a vibrant historic downtown that offers cruising, shopping, arts and entertainment.

Frio River, Texas

Palazzo - Las Vegas, Nevada

Lake LBJ