California vs. Texas
California and Texas are two different states, but in many ways have some sorts of comparisons. In school we learn that Texas is one huge state filled with plenty of cities and can take half a day to drive out of. While in California there are plenty of cities as well, but at least half the size of Texas. Both states have many cool attractions, and very famous ones at that. When people visit these states you are guaranteed to have a fun time.
California has very fun theme parks as well as Texas; both states have a six flags, but instead of the name six flags for Texas it’s called Astro world. Both states have wonderful water parks, a popular one in Texas is named Schlitterbahn and a popular one in California is named Hurricane Harbor. Both states even have very cool historical museums, California has some great ones such as the La Brea tar pits a dinosaurs museum, and another great one is called the museum of tolerance, it is a museum that shows the history of the Jews in the concentration camps and show videos of Hitler and how he ruled at that time. Now there is one special place In California that Texas does not have, a Disneyland, the happiest place on earth doesn’t reside In Texas but another one is located in Florida. But Texas has its advantages; it has a beautiful river walk in San Antonio, which is home to the Alamo, a famous battleground. There are boats and plenty of places to eat and have plenty of fun there is so much history there, you get a tour about why San Antonio is indeed San Antonio. Texas is also known for the State Capitol, located in Austin Texas, “The Texas Capitol is an extraordinary example of late 19th century public architecture and is widely recognized as one of the nation's most distinguished state capitols. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1986 for its...
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