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Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg
... of her reach. She was sad, I think she really wanted to pet one. All these activities and normal girl talk time really helped us keep the stress from travelling down. After we became tired of being cold, we hopped in the car and started to drive to Missouri. Well, I'm still in the car, a few hours away from Missouri and it's getting really late, so, someone will update you guys soon. Bye ...
... we didn't want to buy as well as many restaurants. This area of Texas was settled in large part by German immigrants in the mid-19th C. The area is also known as the Peach Capital of Texas but alas the season ends in August. It is also the heart of the Texas wine industry and there were several tasting rooms in town which we chose to pass up.
Fleet Admiral Chester ...
... mijn nacht/ochtenddienst met correspondent Reinout van Wagtendonk geluncht in een bbq-tent geluncht met uitzicht over Lake Travis. Geweldig uitzicht, heerlijk eten en een interessante gesprek over VS/NL. Morgenavond staat een echte rodeo op de planning, maar dan wel na mijn dagdienst. We zullen ook snel wat foto's uit Austin zelf uploaden.
in the Texas Hill Country is home to LBJ’s ranch and serves as the center of
peach country in Texas. It’s a beautiful place, especially during the Peach
JAMboree Parade. Heading out to Marfa, we drove through Hill Country and
decided to stop and join in the festivities. There were floats and firetrucks
... but it
is big business, there is even a bluebonnet hotline that lets you know where
the best sightings have been in the last few days.
I love wildflowers, so it was a must on our things to do list and we weren’t disappointed (well I wasn't). We took a tip from the hotel manager and set off north from Fredericksburg along a little circular trail we were informed was THE place to see the bluebonnets at the moment. He was ...