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Distance from San Antonio to Dallas
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We are thinking of flying into either Dallas or Houston, going to New Orleans, then out of Dallas or Houston (depending on where we flew into!) and visiting places along the way.
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Never been to this part of the US. Our main focus is New Orleans but thought we should explore other places while we are nearby! (We have done a Californian road trip and loved it, so thought we should do another one!)
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(05-18-2019, 03:43 PM)shadowbrain Wrote: Never been to this part of the US. Our main focus is New Orleans but thought we should explore other places while we are nearby! (We have done a Californian road trip and loved it, so thought we should do another one!)



We are between 27-35 years of age. Looking for friendly places to go. Love music and food (looking forward to BBQ and Cajun food!). Will be doing this trip in April 2013. Just wondered what recommendations there are? San Antonio maybe? Places along the coast?
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This is not a scenic area. Very flat, which makes for easy if boring driving. The exception would be the Texas hill country, Distance from San Antonio to Dallas north of San Antonio, which might be very pretty in April. I had pretty good barbecue at Rudy's in New Braunfels, but I wouldn't make a detour for it. The coast is mainly devoted to the oil industry.
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Austin is the capitol of the Great State of Texas and has all sorts of goodies. The trend now is food wise is gourmet food trucks. You can find out what's the in thing by checking out the weekly free paper, Austin Chronicle. They have an online version as well you can plan with. Probably the most friendly city folks you will ever meet are in Austin. Being the political as well as intellectual capitol of Texas (the University of Texas is there, with something around 50,000 undergrads) you're bound to run into someone both friendly and interesting.
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