Old Kasper House

219 N. Ave. C, Shiner, Texas, 77984, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 219 N. Ave. C, Shiner, is near Spoetzl Brewery and Crossroads Drive-in.
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    Travel Blogs from Shiner

    Three Day Synopsis

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... we went out Monday night and Wednesday night. Some of us then just sat outside until almost 9 visiting and catching up.

    Wednesday morning brought the washing team of one. He started at 9 and finished about 12. He did a great job. He washed the roof and then worked his way down. After washing, he hand waxed and buffed. Now "G/G" is nice and shiny and it will probably rain! But "G/G" hasn't looked this good since it rolled off the assembly line! We all sat across ...

    Small town dancing

    A travel blog entry by brians_trip on Mar 15, 2014

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    Schulenburg is an amazing small town with one of the best dance halls in Texas. If you ever can go, make it out to Sengelmann Hall, the food is great, drinks are cold, and owners are wonderful. Whether it's your sweetheart, good friend, or family member, it's a great place to go ...

    Rodeo

    A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on May 27, 2013

    8 photos

    We made our way south to the city of Gonzales which is called the "Lexington of Texas" because it was the site of the first skirmish of the Texas Revolution. In 1831, the Mexican government granted Green DeWitt's request for a small cannon for protection against Indian attacks.

    At the outbreak of settler hostilities in 1835, a contingent of more than 100 Mexican soldiers was sent from San Antonio to retrieve the ...

    Where have all the wildflowers gone?

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on May 12, 2010

    ... photos in the wildflowers.

    We arrived in Texas in late April this year. The bluebonnets had already made their appearance and were fading. There were still plenty of brown eyed susans, indian paintbrushes and tons of orange flowers. We did find some bluebonnets up closer to Fredericksburg and also some fields of statis. (might not be spelling that one correctly). It is lovely to drive along the road ...

    Shiner Beer and the Spoetzl Brewery

    A travel blog entry by momadunc on Feb 20, 2009

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    I walked to the top of the 'mountain' with Donna this morning for a view of the valley. We are 'deep in the heart of Texas' in the hill country that makes up the central portion of the state. The North Gulf Coast region that we drove through yesterday didn't look a lot different from the rough country we have been driving through for the past number of days. Houston, just another big city to us, was a maze of highways, and I10 through the ...