134 posts tagged GAlveston
Thanksgiving Week on the Island! This week, we discuss holiday openings, the Galvez Tree Lighting Ceremony, David Sedaris’s humor at Island ETC, ArtWalk, and much more! For lodging, call (888)939-8680.
With Festival of Lights now underway, the Holiday Magic on Galveston Island has only just begun! Check out all the happenings this week! #galveston #galvestoncom #LoveGalveston #IslandTime For lodging? Call (888)939-8680.
Holy Moly! The holiday season begins in earnest this week on Galveston Island with Festival of Lights at Moody Gardens! We’re not messing around - with over 1,000 holiday events between now and New Year’s, “Holiday Magic” lives right here! It’s Island Time! Lodging: (888)939-8680
As the Lone Star Rally rumbles to a close, thoughts slowly begin to turn to the holiday season. Check out all the fun on the Island for this first week of November, 2013. Lodging? (888)939-8680.
As Galveston Island settles into fall, we begin to enjoy all those autumn festivals - and October weather! - that make the island so perfect this time of year!
As Galveston Island reflects on the five years since Hurricane Ike, today’s Podcast reminds us of where we were - and how far we’ve come.
Podcast Galveston takes a look at the fun to be had on Galveston Island the week of August 18, 2013. For lodging, call (888)939-8680, or click to http://www.galveston.com/lodgingreservations/
Podcast Galveston features a complete overview of all the fun happening on the Island for the week. For lodging, click to http://www.galveston.com/lodgingreservations/
An overview of the fun happening on Galveston Island this August! Summer’s no over yet, so make sure and make some Island Time! http://www.galveston.com/
On September 13th, 2008, Hurricane Ike covered most of the Island in a tidal surge. The damaging combination of powerful wind and waves immediately uprooted many trees, but ultimately the salty storm waters led to the demise of the thousands of others. Ike forced Galveston to say a sad goodbye to so much of its beautiful tree canopy. Now, sculpture artists have breathed second life into something Mother Nature attempted to destroy.