Texas

Sh*t Happens

Was this person really not able to think of anything more noteworthy to write in the sand than ‘Sh*t Happens‘? Mind you, it got posted here I suppose… Thanks to Marilyn Largent

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Tuesday, 4th October 2005

Laredo Monster Flag

Just beside the International bridge between Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico we find this gigantic Mexican flag, the way it sticks out the earth makes it look like something out of a cartoon. This is one of a few…

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Wednesday, 14th September 2005

Texas Star Ferris Wheel

Here at Google Sightseeing we’re big fans of structures that hold the title of “world’s largest something” and at 212 feet (65 meters) The Texas Star at Fair Park is the largest ferris wheel in the Western Hemisphere. The Texas…

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Friday, 22nd July 2005

The SeaWorld Chain

SeaWorld is a chain of theme parks featuring killer whale, sea lion and dolphin shows. When I first read about SeaWorld I was very confused by the fact that “Shamu”, the chain’s mascot killer whale, manages to appear twice a…

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Wednesday, 29th June 2005

Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio

Another Theme Park in Texas is Six Flags Fiesta Texas which has a pool shaped like… Texas! Genius. Thanks: Klobetime & Freddie

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Tuesday, 31st May 2005

Cadillac Ranch

This is Cadillac Ranch on old Route 66 outside Amarillo Texas. The “white” dots in the center of the image at the bottom of the dirt road are 10 Cadillacs, ranging from a 1949 Club Coupe to a 1963 Sedan.…

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Friday, 13th May 2005
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