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June 25

Seguin - San Antonio - Fredericksburg

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So today was the early, nice and quiet Monday morning San Antonio River Walk (with breakfast by the river) and The Alamo, featuring Living History, school uniforms, oak trees, and plenty of dead heroes, including David Crockett.

San Antonio – River Walk

San Antonio – River Walk – Breakfast

San Antonio – The Alamo

We’re in Texas Hill Country now, which is a bit of relief following the desert and the uncompromising heat. After the you-have-to-go-there stop in Luckenbach (we’re taking orders here from a native Texan teacher at the international business school where Leonie is employed), with a rated population of 3,


we pulled over for the night in Fredericksburg, settled by Germans, where everyone was excited to hear we are Dutch. They may have heard “Deutsch”, of course. On the other hand, I doubt anyone understands German here, though they do have beergardens with names like “Auslander”. This is also wineland, but, interestingly, the “Rathskeller” (which, incidentally, is spelled “Ratskeller” in German), where we had lunch, offered neither German nor Texas wines on their list. I did score a really tasty BBQ sauce at Rustlin’ Rob’s to take home with me.

Fredericksburg – Rathskeller – Lunch

Posted by FierceOrc 17:21 Archived in USA Tagged rv texas new_mexico

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