Forgotten Forts in Galveston, TX - Galveston, TX is, historically, a very important city. It's the oldest deep-water port west of New Orleans, taking in shipments to the region since 1825. The city is positioned right at the edge of Galveston Island along the entry channel to the Galveston and Trinity bays. Right at the turn of the 20th century during… read more
The Sunken Ship of Concrete - Galveston, TX is kinda cool. There's Moody Gardens, a couple nice coffee shops, fun painted turtle statues placed around historic downtown, and I suppose it's a good place to visit if you're interested in the history and dynamics of offshore drilling or international shipping. It's neat, but it is certainly no New Orleans. However, every… read more