Travel in Style: Tips from Loggins Jewelers

As flu season gives way to spring fever, the travel bug infects us all! After choosing mix and match outfits, what jewelry do you bring? Like your wardrobe, choose key coordinated pieces. Start with a 36 inch chain to be worn long or doubled to flatter any neckline. Mixed metals of silver and gold like those...

5 Tips to Start Your Own RV Adventure

By Family Features – If you’re looking for a way to get away without the hassle of planes, hotels and an exorbitant travel budget, a recreation vehicle may be just the answer. Whether you’re traveling with family, your significant other or several generations of family and friends, these tips from...

Budget-Friendly Spring Break Getaways

Spring is the perfect time for a vacation. Shake off the doldrums of winter as you transition toward fresh beginnings and warmer days. One tip for planning a fun-filled trip with nearly countless memories: start your planning by deciding what types of things you’d like to do and experiences you’d like to...

A Guide to Stress-Free Sightseeing with Kids

SUMMER TRAVEL TIPS | By Grainne Kelly Whether local or overseas, sightseeing can be one of the greatest pleasures of most any trip. Sightseeing with little kids? Not unless you’re prepared! Read on for tips on how to get ready for a trip that the whole family will remember. Getting Ready for the Trip Half...

Labor Day Getaways

Round up the family for summer’s last hurrah – Labor Day weekend! Here are three fabulous, nearby destinations to help you plan. Galveston Schlitterbahn Galveston is open on Labor Day, and it’s an easy, fun way to pack in one final summer trip to Galveston. And while there, stay a few blocks away at...

Texas Road Trips

The Lone Star State is home to a plethora of thrilling activities suitable for the whole family. Here are just a few stretching from Galveston to San Antonio. Now, round up your friends and family, and hop in the car. Fun is just a short road trip away! Upcoming Events at Six Flags Fiesta Texas  With more...

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