Title: 100 Things to Do in Galveston Before You Die
Author: Christine Hopkins and Heidi Lutz
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
For more than a hundred years, Galveston has lured visitors with the therapeutic effects of her warm Gulf waters. Today, Galveston is much more than just a beach, and with so many appealing year-round attractions, it’s hard to know where to begin your adventure. With 100 Things to Do in Galveston Before You Die as your guide, you won’t miss any of the history, art, festivals, and dining that bring visitors in droves and keep locals happy. Step inside Bishop’s Palace, considered one of the best examples of Victorian architecture in the United States. Visit Katie’s Seafood for a fresh Gulf catch or Gaido’s Seafood Restaurant, but make sure to save room for its amazing Pecan Crunch Pie. Nurture your love for history and the arts by catching a show at The Grand 1894 Opera House. Take the kids to Moody Gardens to meet a penguin. And no visit to Galveston would be complete without getting some sand between your toes at Texas’ most popular beach. Local authors Christine Ruiz Hopkins and Heidi Lutz bring their expert insiders’ perspectives to this jam-packed guide full of hidden gems and top picks. You’ll get the most from an island stay in Galveston by checking their carefully curated suggestions off your list.
‘100 Things To Do in Galveston Before You Die’ – Fox7
From history to art to festivals and dining there's plenty to do in Galveston. Authors Christine Hopkins and Heidi Lutz put together a list of things you can't miss out on if you're going and they talk about their book.
Authors share love of Galveston in ‘100 Things to Do’ – The Houston Chronicle
Christine Hopkins and Heidi Lutz are obsessed with Galveston, and they want the world to know it.
Galveston’s food, entertainment, shopping create memories – The Daily News
If a month of quarantine has you, or someone near you, lamenting that “There’s nothing to do,” it’s time to consult with Christine Hopkins and Heidi Lutz.
Galveston calling: Authors offer tips for social distancing on Texas coast – Austin360
There’s a reason people love Galveston.
New Book Offers the Ultimate Galveston Bucket List – Galveston Monthly
The duo, to whom friends and family often turn to for ideas about what to do on the island, put their heads together to come up with the must-see and must-experience offerings of their hometown.
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