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History, Hiking, and More: 5 Fun Places in El Paso, Texas

History, Hiking, and More: 5 Fun Places in El Paso, Texas | CosmosMariners.com

While Dallas and Austin are popular draws for visitors to Texas, it would be a shame to overlook El Paso with its unique mix of culture, architecture, and Mexican influences.

Located on the Rio Grande, El Paso has something to offer everyone, so come prepared to see stunning vistas and indulge in delicious Mexican-American cuisine. Whether you're interested in camping overnight with friends or learning more about the multicultural history of this corner of Texas, this border town delivers.

If you're headed to Sun City, here are 5 fun places in El Paso that you have to add to your itinerary.

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Hot Springs, History, and Family Fun: 2-day Glenwood Springs, Colorado, Itinerary

Hot Springs, History, and Family Fun in Glenwood Springs, Colorado: A 2 Day Itinerary | CosmosMariners.com

As we made our way across Colorado from Grand Junction to Denver, we stopped for a a quick exploration of Glenwood Springs. At first glance from I-70, Glenwood Springs is a small, unassuming little town, but once you get off of the interstate and make your way into the historic district, you'll quickly fall in love.

If you've got two days, here's a complete Glenwood Springs, Colorado, itinerary. It's really family friendly with food suggestions, play options, and lots of outdoor activities, so you could easily do Glenwood Springs with kids in tow, as well.

10 Things to Know before You Start to Plan Your Arizona + Utah Road Trip

10 Things to Know before You Start to Plan Your Arizona + Utah Road Trip | CosmosMariners.com

The countdown is on for our upcoming road trip to the Western U.S., and I am so busy putting the final details on our itinerary. The majority of our trip will take place in Arizona and Utah, which have so many incredible locations that it's been hard to narrow down exactly where we need to go!

 Our original plan had been to fly in and out of Denver, Colorado, and do a quick excursion into northern Utah as part of that loop. However, when we realized that we were leaving out so many incredible sights in the neighboring states, we had to rethink that plan. We expanded our original route into the multi-state road trip that we'll actually be taking.