Lodge at Creekside
Travel Blogs from Wimberley
Next, we went to the Texas History Museum, which was interesting. It began with the arrival of the Spanish, with a brief acknowledgement that other people had lived there before … but, to be fair, this is a history museum, and “history” began with the arrival of the Spanish. We spent a long time on the first level and a half … it was generally nicely done. A combination of stuff in glass cases, films on continuous loop, and interactive ...
... umbrella open as we ran back and forth across the six lane road trying to decide what to eat for lunch. Eventually we ended up at a little Thunder Cloud Sub shop (who knew it was a franchise?) and Kelsey grabbed a fake chicken sub while I had something with turkey, ham, and bacon, and it was delicious.
From there we wandered inside the cinema complex, picked up our tickets, and proceeded to sit on a bench for the next hour ...
... idea in your list of foods when checking on your weight.
· Juicing boosts the immune system by providing antioxidants that fight diseases. Cabbage juice has been proved a remedy of peptic ulcers.
· It adds useful enzymes into the body system.
· Juicing saves a lot of money and time. Bottled and manufactured ...
The Goddess of Liberty sits atop the Texas State Capitol dome, but I don't find much information about why she was chosen. I was struck by the symbolism however, in my stroll around the capitol grounds and inside the building today.
Out front a demonstration was going on, protesting cuts in funds for women’s health care. It was a lively group, rallying in ...
Our fourth day we decided to go back to the falls to take some more pictures, with our real cameras that we had conveniently left at home.
Breakfast: oatmeal, sausage, muffins, fruit & eggs
Lunch: butternut squash soup & chili black bean burgers
Today we decided to get a good morning burn in by walking down to the river. The walk was ...