Remember The Alamo Essay

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What’s there to do in Texas? Made an official state in 1845, Texas sure does have history and accumulated quite the attractions. “Remember The Alamo!” by visiting the building itself in San Antonio and enjoy a tour and learn about how the famous saying became. Afterwards, you can watch a movie in the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema to catch up on pop culture, or head over to the beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk for a fresh taste of nature. There’s also other oddball attractions like the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Odditorium and the Plaza Wax Museum. If you’re a basketball fan, and it’s the season, make your way to cheer on the San Antonio Spurs at the stadium. If you make your way up slightly Northeast, you’ll find yourself in the grand capitol…show more content…
A little more east of the big city and you can visit the beautiful beach of Galveston. If you’re not feeling that beach, hit the road again and travel down to Corpus Christi, where you can visit the Padre Island beaches. See some turtles and dolphins at the Texas State aquarium. If you’re feeling hungry, grab some grub at the first ever Whataburger on Ayers Street, the white and orange stripes are hard to miss! Commemorate the memory of Tejano Queen, Selena Quintanilla, at the Selena Museum and learn all about her life. When you’ve explored all you possibly could in the southern parts of Texas, drive on I-37 and I-35 to go North and sight see the all too famous Dallas. Visit President John F. Kennedy’s assassination site at the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, and visit his memorial downtown. If you’re not feeling the morbid history vibes, you can get over your fear of heights instead and view the city from a higher perspective by visiting the Reunion Tower. Enjoy fine dining and Dallas’ beautiful skyline from the rotating tower. If you’re not feeling up for all the driving from destination to destination, take a Big D Trolley Tour. After witnessing all of the amazing views, go have some fun at Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park, which is as fun as it sounds, offering rides and bungee

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