Tag Archives: Fredericksburg


Le Chalet – a Fantastic B&B in Fredericksburg/Texas [Hill Country]

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About two weeks ago we were once again in beautiful Fredericksburg [Texas Hill Country] “a-courting”  😉  – well, to be correct, looking for/at some property for our planned relocating. For our overnight stay in Fredericksburg we usually choose new/different B&Bs, … Continue reading


Fredericksburg: Brigid’s Cottage

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On Thursday and Friday this week we were in Fredericksburg once again and this time we had chosen “Brigid’s Cottage” to stay at, on the one hand since we wanted to have an internet connection this time and on the … Continue reading


Fredericksburg: Accommodation

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On Wednesday and Thursday we were in Fredericksburg again, looking for houses and/or property. This time we had a dog-friendly accommodation so we were able to take Sally and Chiquita with us. That not possible at quite a few locations, … Continue reading


Best Fajitas Ever

Last weekend we were in Fredericksburg again and on Sunday evening we went to Mamacita’s for supper. It’s a very well run restaurant with a nice ambience, and fairly biggish at that. I must admit, I was impressed, especially with … Continue reading

Alea Jacta Est …

… as Gaius Julius Caesar is supposed to have said. For us it means that we have finally decided to move to the Texas Hill Country. When we were there from Monday to Thursday this week, looking for property, we really found a place we’d really like [in Cain City near Fredericksburg] and now we’ll have to keep our fingers crossed that we’ll be able to manage to sell some of our property here quickly enough so that we can can buy that place without someone else snatching it away from us.


Deer Ridge Cottage

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That’s the name of the small – well, actually, at 775 square feet, it wasn’t that small at all – cottage we rented in Cain City near Fredericksburg in the Texas Hill Country on Sunday and Monday: This way, built … Continue reading