Sunday House Inn
Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg
Wildflowers may not be the first thing that comes to mind
when you think about Texas but for those in the know then Spring in the Hill
country (area around Austin) becomes a sea of blue and red and yellow. The Texas
national flower the bluebonnet can be seen along every roadside and every self
respecting Texan family has a picture …
... a great business! There were almost as many places to find jewelry, art, and other goods as there were in Sedona.
We are camped at the Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park just outside of Fredericksburg, and it is a comfortable park with full hookups and shade trees. We went to a wine tasting at the Pietra de Tierra winery near town, and were not highly impressed with the wines, although none were particularly bad.
... did a tour, tasted some samples. knock your boots off that one! Loved all the wooden buildings.
Went back into Fredicksburg and walked the street. We had dinner at the German restaurant - not very nice.
... 1889 (some say 1849) and is full of all kinds of neat stuff to look at and buy if so inclined. It claims to have a population of just 3 but who's counting? It was 492 in 1904. It was founded by a couple of German immigrants, one named Luckenbach. In the beginning it was a community trading post and one of the few to never break a treaty ...
... originally owned by LBJ's grandfather. LBJ grew up in nearby Johnson City but spent alot of time here during his childhood. Photography is not allowed inside the house but I found some pictures online....they are not great shots but do convey the unassuming feel of the interiors. The house feels very comfortable and apparently LBJ was refreshed when he came here during his tough time in Washington. Our ranger/tour guide was excellent at conveying how ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed