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Texas! I can't wait

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We've only planned about 10 days, but I think we'll need a month or two. Who knew? I don’t have a month but could easily add a couple of extra days. Here’s the (delightful) problem; Texas seems rich in what we love; art and architecture.

Here's the plan:
Dallas- 4 nights
Austin- 2 nights
San Antonio- looks amazing so the 1 night stopover may need to be extended. How long?

Houston- 2 nights- I like to drive along the Gulf of Mexico if it’s scenic. Do we leave from San Antonio to Corpus Christi? Is it a pretty drive? Or do we just go on to Houston.

I appreciate your help and advice.

Are there any small art museums you just love, like the MADI in Dallas? I've been and want to take my husband.

We love modern architecture as well as the old.

Thank you so much for your help.

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