Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Snapshots of the Road Home from Houston, TX // February 2016

Happy Wednesday friends! It's time to finish up Houston posts so we can all move along with our lives. ;) 

Sometimes on a road trip KC and I get really into "getting home as quickly as possible"... however, I find that stopping to do and see fun things as well as eat at exciting places actually makes the drive more bearable. On our way home from Houston we stopped just a few times, but enjoyed it quite a bit. Here's what we saw. :) 

Eat: LSA Burger Co. in Denton was really good. It was a fun stop, they have a covered patio on the roof, which was really fun to see the city and to eat al fresco. I LOOOOVED the veggie burger. If you guys like them too, give it a try! KC's non-veggie burger was also good.. as were the fries. It's the kind of place that plays music videos as well - which was fun! I loved seeing things from the '90's and early '00's as well as the current videos. I would recommend this place for a great lunch or dinner spot! I mean... they had a Dixie Chicks poster in the bathroom. That's fun. ;) 

See & Shop: The Sam Houston Statue and Visitor's Center off the highway. In Denton: The city downtown is built on a square. Along the square are lots of little shops and restaurants. We of course had to stop at the comic/game store. It was really cool, they had tons of stuff. I got an iZombie comic and we enjoyed looking at the games, etc. I am sure there were other neat places, it was a really cool area! ... but it was just a quick stop for us! So we didn't explore too much.

Favorites: Veggie burgers! :) 

New Experiences: Rooftop dining, visiting Denton, TX.

Anybody else love music videos or veggie burgers?

Am I the only one who likes pulling off the road for oversized attractions or quirky places?

More Posts From This Trip: Snapshots of GalvestonSnapshots of Houston Day 1 & Day 2.

We also visited Texas (Ft. Worth, Austin, Corpus ChristiKyle, and San Antonio) in 2012. And in 2013 we visited Garland and Amarillo. But we've never been to "East Texis" - as Sheldon Cooper would say. So we had lots of fun exploring this area! A mini gulf trip!

Happy Travels!


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