You'll Always Have Paris (Texas)
In honor of the City of Light, an Eiffel Tower anchors the town of Paris
in the Lone Star State—only this one suits up with a red cowboy hat. The city also has historic houses and other museums, as well as a slew of restaurants such as Time Flies where you can snag a table for two and chow down on oysters, duck tacos, and prime rib. The restaurant also has one of the largest tequila collections in North Texas, so skip the Champagne and start things off with a margarita. After an afternoon on the Trail de Paris a six-mile hike and bike trail with a yoga pavilion and butterfly garden—check into the Old Magnolia Bed and Breakfast a Victorian house where rooms have iron bedframes, antique mahogany pieces, and free WiFi.