Cave Without A Name
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Keep it Cool
While caves can have slightly different temperatures, one thing is certain: 66 degrees in the middle of summer is a sure way to a Texan’s heart. Cave Without a Name stays at this temperature year-round and is located in the heart of Texas close to the charming Hill Country town of Boerne. Cave Without a Name is a living cave, slowly still forming new works of underground majesty. Filled with stalactites and stalagmites, delicately hanging soda straws, and cave drapery—a wavy formation of limestone that is so intricate it looks like actual drapery—this cavern is a beauty to behold.
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