20 comments on “A to Z Blogging Challenge: Athens, Texas

  1. I’m really enjoying this challenge thus far and meeting new people and checking out their blogs.

    You’re quite right, I don’t think I knew there was an Athens in the U.S. until a few years ago, otherwise, like you mentioned, everyone just thinks it’s Athens, Greece you’re talking about.

    I’d love to go to Texas sometime, I’m from Canada but I haven’t travelled much into the U.S. if I’m honest with you but there are so many beautiful places.

    Have a great weekend hun. 🙂


  2. I’ve never been to Athens Texas but I have been to Houston and Dallas. I find it funny that that one of the founders of Athens was a woman with the first name of Dull. I wonder if Dull was a common first name back then? Athens being the “home of the original hamburger” that’s quite a claim to fame! 😀

    I’m visiting from the A to Z Challenge.

    Shelly @ http://hangryfork.com


    • Yes It must have been a very normal name for that time period!! Amazing how each time I research a town, I find interesting facts about the community.
      Thanks for stopping by!


  3. Finding your blog on the opening day. Looks like a wonderful arm chair travel experience during the month of April. I will FOLLOW so as not to miss anything. If you have time between your travels, come with me to enjoy 26 hotels and inns.


  4. I’m from East Texas myself (Jacksonville) and really enjoyed this post! Can’t wait to see what you have in store for the other letters this month. 😀


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