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Winnipeg Free Press - Section E - - TRAVEL -

“Let’s go to Luck­en­bach, Texas/ With Way­lon and Wil­lie and the boys/This suc­cess­ful life we’re livin’/Got us feuding like the Hat­fields and McCoys”: A visit to Luck­en­bach will chill you right out, and you might get to see a soon-tobe-coun­try leg­end per­form (www. luck­en­bach­texas.com).

Wild­flower Ridge Al­paca Ranch: Worth the short drive from Fred­er­icks­burg to feed a baby al­paca or two (www.wr-ala­paca-ranch.com).

Na­tional Mu­seum of the Pa­cific War: The for­mer home of Ad­mi­ral Chester Nimitz has been made into a mu­seum and an ex­tremely im­pres­sive one at that. War mu­se­ums are not my thing, but this is an ex­tremely well laid-out, in­for­ma­tive and en­light­ened ex­am­ple of how th­ese things can be done right. The serene, at­tached Ja­panese Peace Gar­den is par­tic­u­larly thought­ful.

Ac­cess Texas Hill Coun­try’s net­work of B&Bs and house rentals through Gästen­haus Sch­midt (www.fb­glodg­ing.com).

Check out the tasty mi­cro­brews, con­vivial at­mos­phere and uber­backen schweineschnitzel at Fred­er­icks­burg Brew­ing Co. (www. your­brew­ery.com).

In the mood for some­thing more el­e­gant? Au­gust E’s serves “nou­veau Texas cui­sine” with an em­pha­sis on lo­cal in­gre­di­ents. Chef Leu Sa­vanh also high­lights the cui­sine of his na­tive Thai­land (www.au­gust-es.com).

Gen­eral in­for­ma­tion: www. fred­er­icks­burg­texas.info.

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