From the Blogs
Tips for Holiday Cruising from Galveston
If you are cruising this holiday season from Galveston, you should definitely spend a day or two on our Winter Wonder Island before or after your cruise.What the Dickens Are You Wearing?
Going Old-Fashioned at Galveston’s Annual “Dickens on the Strand” FestivalGalveston.com Presents 2018 Restaurant Week January 6-21
The seventh annual Galveston Restaurant Week - Saturday, January 6th to Sunday, January 21st, 2018 - brings Galveston Island's vibrant food scene to life for two full weeks of delicious dining.Behind The Scenes: ICE LAND: Rainforest Holiday
Take a behind the scenes look at ICE LAND: Rainforest Holiday with some background, specs and fun facts!Hotel Galvez Holiday Lighting Celebration
The Galveston Holiday Lighting Celebration begins with the arrival of Santa Claus by horse-drawn carriage, followed by the lighting of the hotel’s 35-foot Christmas tree with a countdown led by Santa Claus and Galveston’s Mayor Pro-Tem Terrilyn Tarlton Shannon. Festival of Lights Shines thru January 7
The mile-long Festival of Lights trail with over 100 lighted and animated displays is one of the eight holiday attractions at Moody Gardens for the Holiday Season.Galveston Welcomes the Return of the Sandhill Cranes
The impressive three-to-four-foot tall Sandhill Cranes, known for their size and the bright red cap atop their heads, arrive in Galveston late October and depart late February through early March. A Morgue?
Lorraine’s sister-in-law REFUSES to cruise….she considers cruise ships to be “nothing more than great big hotels on the water” – she is SO wrong - cruise ships are actually more like “small towns” on the waterGalveston Restaurants Offering Thanksgiving Feasts
Want to avoid the mess and chaos of preparing your own Thanksgiving feast? Check out this list of Galveston restaurants that are taking the hassle out of Thanksgiving!Humans of Galveston - Island Fun Means Tricycles Built For Two
Each day without fail, the retired real estate professionals hop on their electric tricycles at their Back Bay subdivision home near Moody Gardens, and with their doggies in tow make their way to Seawall Boulevard.