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Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg
We left Ft. Stockton in a very thick fog, with some rain (apparently the dying gasps of the hurricane coming up from Mexico) which cleared fairly early. The dry desert terrain continued as we came through the West Texas country. During this, period we began to observe power-generating windmills and operating oil well pumps but did not see a single drilling rig. Gradually, however both the terrain and plant life began to change as we entered the ...
... did a tour, tasted some samples. knock your boots off that one! Loved all the wooden buildings.
Went back into Fredicksburg and walked the street. We had dinner at the German restaurant - not very nice.
... 1889 (some say 1849) and is full of all kinds of neat stuff to look at and buy if so inclined. It claims to have a population of just 3 but who's counting? It was 492 in 1904. It was founded by a couple of German immigrants, one named Luckenbach. In the beginning it was a community trading post and one of the few to never break a treaty ...
We considered giving the LBJ Ranch a miss since we had already been there when we were this way a few years ago, but someone at the LBJ Library in Austin told us that the public now has access to the Texas White House. Anyway it's only 16 miles from Fredericksburg and I was curious about seeing the interior of the house. It was well worth our trip...the National Park Service runs the tours and those are always good. The house is the product of adding on to ...
... are constructed with bricks leaning on one another to create a vault with no support.The floor in the main gallery is made of beautiful end-cut mesquite wood. I wish I had a picture but photography was not allowed in the museum.
The museum has a large permanent collection but we viewed an annual show and sale of various local and national artists. I had no ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking