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365giannad wrote a review Oct 14
Port Elizabeth, South Africa3,125 contributions952 helpful votes
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Enjoyed the performance of “Othello” put on by Director Bridget Gates - performed at the Landa Slab Dance Park - and thought this free community experience was very enjoyable especially during COVID were people are hesitant to visit bars and restaurants. Chairs are there and snacks on sale. No alcohol, but you can bring your own drinks and snacks.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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1234texas wrote a review Oct 8
Dripping Springs, Texas1,601 contributions2,235 helpful votes
The city has really grown since we were back in the 70's. It was a sleepy little town with a handful of restaurants, but it is now much larger and more active. The historic area is much more developed and there are a number of the historic buildings that have been repurposed and they look good. The Courthouse is a very nice Richardson Romanesque that is well done--not as good as Waxahachie, but still a good one! The Comal River goes through the city and it is pretty--also good for water activities.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Sheila D wrote a review Sep 2020
Jacksonville6 contributions1 helpful vote
We had a wonderful time our first trip to the area. Floating the river and sightseeing. However, stayed at the Holiday Inn Express on I35 and was fraudulently charged for a cracked toilet we did not break. Very disappointing to get home after an enjoyable time to this place to be charged $100.00 for something we did not do. Never contacted by management of it. We stayed three days and never once had a problem with the toilet. Hopefullly, you next guest to your area won't have the same experience but once home read reviews and we are not the first to be charged extra by the Holiday Inn Express.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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joe e wrote a review Feb 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina4 contributions
Great place to visit and the lake offers many things to do If you like BBQ then Rudy”s is a great place to eat. There are many places to eat German food but my favorite is Oma”s
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tonya C wrote a review Dec 2019
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My mom, nieces, a couple of friends and I went to New Braunfels in September. The weather was just perfect for tubing the Comal and Guadalupe Rivers. There are a few wineries and vineyards in the area to visit (yes, I consider vineyards outdoorsy; drink that wine on the patio!) There are caverns, hiking trails and state parks. Fredericksburg and San Antonio are close by and stop by for a quick trip to Austin on the way home. It is a something for everyone kind of trip. We were ages 21 to 76; we all found something fun to do.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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