RV Short Stop: Tasty pastries and outdoor public art in historic New Braunfels, Texas

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NaegelinBakery_JulianneGCraneGive me a great cream puff and some public art to appreciate and I’m happy.

Now that it’s RV Snowbird time, more and more RVers will be traveling south along I-35 in Texas.  After getting through Austin, and you’re considering a snack and stretching your legs–head for New Brunsfels.  It is the perfect stopping off point for a yummy pastry and a little taste of public art.

In its historic downtown area there are two irresistible attractions — a series of free outdoor murals and Naegelin’s Bakery, a longtime (the oldest bakery in Texas), local favorite, mouth-watering eatery.

Read more about the bakery and murals by clicking here for an article I wrote for RVShortStops.com

Julianne G. Crane

Photo: Naegelin’s Bakery and “Lindheimer — The Father of Texas Botany” mural, painted by Alex Brochon of San Antonio. Click on photo to enlarge and see Jimmy reading the USA Today newspaper. (Julianne G. Crane)

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