Texas feels even bigger in the summer, when visitors and outdoor festivals swell to a fever pitch. During the fall, the weather is still warm enough for all sorts of outdoor activities, and cool enough to enjoy every single one of them. Spring blooms with excitement and spring break. While summer temperatures can head into the 90s F, the rest of the year sees more reasonable daytime temperatures, ranging from the mid-60s to the mid-80s.
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This San Antonio luxury landmark is nestled on a romantic bend of the city's famed River Walk.
Texas is known as the Lone Star State. The Alamo is the state's most popular historic site. The state boasts a wide array of professional sports teams, including the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, Houston Astros, Houston Comets, Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs, and Texas Rangers.
The Heisman trophy was named for John William Heisman, athletic director and coach of Houston’s Rice University. The dome of the Texas State Capitol in Austin stands seven feet higher than the national Capitol in Washington, D.C.
The world's first rodeo was held in Pecos, Texas on July 4, 1883. Some of the country’s largest rodeos are still held throughout the state.
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