Fredericksburg is a small calm town in the Hill Country in Texas, which got populated by German settlers. The town is also notable as the home of “Texas German”, a dialect spoken by the first generations of settlers who initially refused to learn English. Still today you’ll find a lot of German words spread around the city, which made it very funny for us – finally we understood something 😂.
The Hill Country is famous for Texan Wines and a beautiful countryside. We’ll post a separate blog later especially on the Hill Country. First we show you the city of Fredericksburg and then Luckenbach (coming soon).
Driving through the beautiful Hill Country from San Antonio to Fredericksburg.
German signs everywhere.. even several German flags are hanging. And “homemade” Pie’s.. yummy!
Not very German… but just delicious: A Rum tasting. Something for you Marco!
Also not very German.. more African Safari.. but just a terribly cool vehicle 🙈.
And a beautiful shop just outside Fredericksburg (Magnolia Pearl), where I could have taken hundreds of pictures.. just sooo gorgeous:
… und Tschüss! And see you soon for further Hill Country insights.