Archive | August, 2011

Horseback Riding Fredericksburg TX a Natural

25 Aug
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Horses? Old hat to you – or something straight out of a western? It would be hard to think of the Texas Hill Country and not think of horses.  They are such a quintessential part of the American West in general.  Horses pretty much define the cowboy as much as the cows do. Horseback riding […]

Fredericksburg TX. The Bicycling Capitol of Texas

25 Aug
(4 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5)
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The Texas Hill Country is ideal for bicycling. No matter how “serious” a cycler you are there are activities geared to suite your level. The Fredericksburg area is well known for its biking opportunities. Easy-Peasy Joy Bike peddle – or Do You Call Yourself a Cyclist? Fredericksburg’s streets are so quaint that it’s like taking […]

Add Fredericksburg Texas Museums to Your Next Trip

25 Aug
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Museums Fredericksburg Texas’ Museums give you plenty of variety. You can spend a day appreciating vernacular architectural forms, taking a look at the life of the western pioneers, or digging into some serious WWII facts. 3 Museums in Fredericksburg Texas National Museum of the Pacific War This is probably the best known museum in Fredericksburg […]

3 Reasons to Visit LBJ National Historical Park

25 Aug
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Wondering why visit LBJ National Historic Park? Longhorns, oil wells, and Presidents. Texas has proven in the last fifty years to produce more than cattle or oil. It’s a state that has seen the birth of quite a few American Presidents. And like all things Texan – the approach to these has a singular Lone […]