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Texans like to boast that everything is bigger in Texas, and you really should come here to find out if it is true. Visit the John F Kennedy Memorial and the Sixth Floor Museum for exhibits and history of Kennedy’s assassination and see Dallas from the top of the Reunion Tower. Tour the famous South Fork Ranch, the scene of much of wicked JR Ewing’s mischief and step back in time in Buffalo Gap Historic Village. See the wonderful collection of aircrafts at the Lone Star Flight Museum and Texas Aviation Hall of Fame and watch astronauts in training at the Space Center Houston. Explore the shops and museums in the lovely West End Historic District and the San Antonio River Walk.
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US College Spring Break Trips
We specialize in College Student-Only Spring Break Packages to South Padre Island, Texas; Panama City Beach, Florida; Breckenridge, Colorado. Prices are $299-$499 per student.
USD 245 - 1100 / Per person
College/Spring Breaks
Island Vacation
Duration: 4 - 7 days
Season: January - December
Texas
Florida
Wake Island

Spring Break Trips to South Padre
Our company specializes in student only college spring break travel packages to South Padre Island, Texas. $350 per student includes beachfront condo, all meals, and VIP parties.
USD 245 - 1100 / Per person
College/Spring Breaks
Duration: 4 - 7 days
Season: January - December
Texas

College Spring Break Trips
We Specialize in College Spring Break Packages to Cancun, Acapulco, Jamaica, & Mazatlan. Trips include meals, MTV celebrity parties & more with air & hotel from $750 total price per person
USD 750 - 1000 / Per person
College/Spring Breaks
Island Vacation
Duration: 7 days
Season: February - April
Mexico
Texas
Jamaica

Texas Travel Stories
Galveston, Texas: Historic Houses Located on the southeastern coast of Texas just under an hour's drive from Houston, Galveston Island's historic houses offer an absorbing window into the past. Learn the sad story of this town's devastating loss in 1900 with a viewing of "The Great Storm" (Pier 21... Read more >>>