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... need to be in Austin.
We stop at the visitor centre to pick up our permit and a map and take a look round one of the exhibits. Then we get in the car to drive round the estate. The first building we see is the school house where LBJ first attended school and later visited as president to sign an education bill. Then there is the family cemetery where he and his wife are buried and a reconstructed version of his childhood home. Then it's up the side of the airstrip to ...
... We had fun talking and fantasizing about it, but we weren't making any concrete plans. But somehow, despite how far away it was, we were both genuinely committed to it.
It started getting real about five years ago . We realized that, if we were actually going to do this, we needed to get serious. Not only did we need to start saving up to pay for it, we also needed to figure out how we would pull it off professionally. We decided that ...
... Gruene was decimated by the boll weevil cotton blight of the 1920s and the Great Depression. By 1950, Gruene was a ghost town. Redevelopment and restoration beginning in the 1970s have turned the community into one of top Texas tourist destinations with 19th century homes today bed and breakfast attractions. Gruene was annexed into the city of New Braunfels in 1979.
I am a little bent out of shape that I have already written this entry
and lost it on the family MAC. It is amazing in today's world that I
can actually still lose documents. I am special and so is Austin. Part
of our hearts and souls will always be in Austin. It is where Kara and
I got to know each other, where we started our marriage and where we
had our first kid. All of those things can happen everywhere but it is
nice when ...
... came which, when you're younger, really bother you. But once you pass 40, you simply don't care any more. "Stand up," he commanded, "and drop your drawers." I complied and he felt my junk, told me to cough and finished by saying, "Good!"
I'm not gonna lie to you. Man, woman, doctor, whoever... when someone meticulously inspects your package and declares "Good!" it boosts your ego.
He then put on a latex exam glove and applied some lubricant ...