Plan your trip to Lubbock. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like La Quinta Inn & Suites Lubbock West Medical Center), find things to see and do (like Camelot Village), and research places to eat (like Taquería Autlán).
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If you're flying into Lubbock, you would usually fly into Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport.
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Here's what Trippy members say about Lubbock:
"Lubbock has some great food. For authentic Mexican I like Taqueria Autlan on 50th st. Higher end Mexican try Abuelo's on Quaker & 82nd St. Mama Josie's with several locations had the best burritos. We have several great Thai food restraints. Thai Pepper, Choo Chi, and Bangkok are all great! Boba Tea try West Straw on 19th street. Great local steak places abound! Ask anyone you see for their favorite steak place after making sure they are a local. We have many students and out of town shoppers from 200 miles every day. I've never much loved our barbeque. I like it but just haven't found my place in Lubbock. If you need some I think Dickey's is the best in town. The Texas Tech restaurant at the top of the stadium is good for a nice lunch. And so is the Grapevine Cafe for dinner off 19th close to Tech. Local activities are disk golf, music clubs every weekend, dance halls, civic center events concerts & rodeos, Buddy Holly Art walk down town the first Friday of every month, Texas Tech Museum, Planetarium, historical houses and the Windmill museum. Don't forget to plan an evening cow tipping, and snipe hunting with the right red neck friends. You can try wine tasting, water skiing, boot buying, hat buying, or mall shopping. The local art centers have displays and even community centers have many interesting events most months of the year. Churches abound, any Christian flavor but also 1 or some times even two Buddhist, Jewish, Unitarian, Mormon, & possibly others. My very favorite thing about Lubbock & West Texas in general is the people. They are very welcoming and friendly. You may be sure if they are sour they are a transplant that we haven't sweetened up with the sweet tea yet."