FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
If you like the remote feel of Bandera, head farther west on Highway 16 to Medina, a quiet treasure along the namesake river. Apple growing became a large part of this tiny town's industry in the late 1980s thanks to pioneer farmer Baxter Adams, who started the town's first apple orchard. Today
A few shops sell sundry gifts and homemade apple jellies and spreads, and the Old Timer gas station at the
junction of Ranch Road 337 is a good place for catching local gossip at an old picnic table.
Dust off your chaps, loosen your saddle cinch, and stay a while. In Bandera the mythic tales of rodeos, ranches, and the "cowboy way" are all...
Just a few years ago Boerne was a quiet little town with a smattering of shops and small-town restaurants. Even though it had easy access to...