Ramada Del Rio
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Through the hill country west of Austin. Lovely rolling countryside with large cattle ranches sporting enormous roadside gates. The region opens to wine country around Fredericksberg where we had a walk around this interesting little town. Set on the main road with an eclectic range of intriguing shops selling all kinds of ...
A long drive again today, about 5-6 hrs Not much to see out here, we stopped and had a little picnic lunch, semi after semi going past...... the scenery is not that nice, David said it is starting to remind him of crossing the Nullabor .... gone is the green vegetation ... Hello desert. Relaxed at our hotel for a little while, before heading out for dinner to yet another fantastic Mexican restaurant. Right next door to the hotel so no more driving ...
... birds abound. Did I mention our first day here with temperatures
topping out at 102*, then waking-up to a bone chilling 48* in the
morning! Just the way that the desert has been described in it's
beauty and it cruelty in any Cormac McCarthy book. ( I just finished
his, Blood Meridian, about the eradication of the decedents of the
cavemen who's paintings are all that is left here.)
We planed for two, maybe three ...
Another boring driving day today. At least we are on the beautiful big Texas highways. The Texans sure know how to build roads and fabulous rest stops. Most of the rest stops are nicer that the rv places where we stay the night for $40. Great kids playgrounds. We passed through a lot of the southern US border towns and border patrol ...
I took the Amtrak train from Houston (departing about 9:30) in the evening to Del Rio, arriving about 7AM. Thankfully, my friend was there to meet me, almost a first, and I was able to relax after a night on the "day coach" overnight ride. Although I do have to admit that I bought sleeping pills in Damascus for just the purpose of air/train/bus overnight travel, and I was able to get a decent night's rest ...