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 …
... Thus explaining the strong German influence.
We checked in, settled into our accommodation and then drove the two miles to the town centre, where we parked and went for a walk down the main street to find an evening meal. It seemed very quiet for a Friday night but we found The Lone Star Candy Store to be open and happy to serve customers. They had some great t-shirts and signs around the store - see the photo - as well as sweets, ...
... Texas hill country in the sunshine. Unfortunately we look at the weather forecast for Fort Worth, our destination for the following day and here a doom and gloom driving forecast of ice and snow. Having flight reservations for a Tuesday morning flight to Chicago, getting to Dallas by Monday was essential. So we change from our little used sunshine clothes back into our cool weather clothes and head out a day ...
We came through Fredericksburg on our last trip west in 2006. But we were on our way to Abilene and did not have time for anything but a short walk. So we thought it would be a good place to spend Thanksgiving. It is located in the hill country of Texas. and was settled by Germans. We found a place to have a wonderful traditional Thanksgiving ...
... play guitar during the day, they can during the picker circle, held throughout the weekdays. We would highly recommend visiting this cool, laid-back place where they really do make you feel like "Everybody's Somebody".
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How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting