The 1,080.6 miles to Magnolia silos was well worth the trip. I will share with you all the adventure it took to get to the good Waco, TX. Our first flight took off forty-five minutes late, which in return put us arriving in Dallas an hour behind schedule. If any of you have been to Dallas airport now a 10-minute window to get to you’re connecting flight, is not happening.
Needless to say we missed our connecting flight to Waco. The next flight our was not until the next day. Luckily we met a very sweet man that was going to Waco as well and we rented a car to get there. Straight to the silos we headed to get is some of those famous bakery goods.
Those bakery goods were amazing! Magnolia Market is home to all types of goodies to be found. I even found the new Apolis lunch bag in the market. The outside market at Magnolia is a food truck food court and it happened to be one of my favorite things about Magnolia. I mean who doesn’t love choices and food trucks are becoming a popular way to be adventurous with trying new foods.
The Magnolia grounds have beautiful garden beds, that house some of their local produce and flowers. I mean seriously how could you not love this whole area. I have to say that my trip to Magnolia was everything I hoped it was and more. If you have the chance to go to the Silos, I would not pass up that opportunity. Thank you for stopping by the blog today, XoXo