By Kimberly Young
This advisor covers Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Waco and all of the areas in among. It goals to supply the entire info a customer to Texas will want, from lodging to rodeos, and delves into the cowboy tradition.
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There are several places to park along the greenbelt. For access to the park try either the southwest corner of North Lamar and 24th St or go north on Lamar from 24th. There will be a small lot about four blocks up on the left. Page 22 Two other recommended courses are Mary Moore Searight Metro Park to the south and Bartholomew Park just east of I-35. Searight has no water hazards, but lots of trees. To get there, take I-35 south to Slaughter Lane. Go west on Slaughter. You'll see the park a few miles down on your left.
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The winter is a different creature. It can be a beautiful 80° one day, and a frigid 10° the next (though most of the time it leans toward 70°). Be prepared for everything. Also, the warm coastal influence produces humidity that at times feels choking. The coast gets the worst of the humidity, but Austin and San Antonio can occasionally have bad days. Spring and fall are both beautiful for Central Texas. Spring sometimes sneaks in during the late portions of February and is in full swing by March.