On Monday Jan.29th we took a slow drive to Fredericksburg. The town was founded May 8, 1846, by 120 German immigrants under the auspices of the Society for the Protection of German Immigrants in Texas.
“The “hallmark” of Fredericksburg is its 3.5 mile-long, wide Main Street which runs through the business district. Century-old native limestone homes and stone commercial building stand side-by-side with new structures, depicting a true blending of the traditional and the contemporary.”
On the way there we found out where welfare comes from.
Then we arrived at Fredericksburg and walk the main street and had lunch at a German restaurant for some German food. I had the best beer I have ever had at lunch, also the most expensive beer I have ever had.
Then off to the Pacific War Museum – Nimitz Museum – and the George Sr. Bush Museum.
Here is some more PHOTOS: