Namaste Retreat Guesthouse B&B

Address: 139 Oak Acres Lane, Boerne, Texas, 78006, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 139 Oak Acres Lane, Boerne, is near Cascade Caverns, Boerne City Park, Tapatio Springs Golf Club, and Boerne Visitors Info.
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Travel Blogs from Boerne

Early Thanksgiving With Family

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Nov 22, 2014

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... they got in town and before they drove to Mike and Justine's house.

Monday morning, we met at Mike and Justine's house, and decided to go to the Magnolia House for brunch, but when we got there, the wait was more than an hour, so we went to Cracker Barrel. Afterwards, we drove downtown and walked the River Walk and had a drink and a snack at Mad Dogs Pub. Later that evening, Mike joined us for dinner at Dough - a place made famous ...

Friday 21st November

A travel blog entry by kirrav on Nov 21, 2014

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Had breakfast again at our hotel because it was included. we then packed our bags and the car and drove to a local supermarket. Got some drink to take with us to the ranch for the night. We then drove on to Bandera, had a look in the town and a coffee at the local coffee shop (so looking forward to coffee at home). After this we drove to the Dixie Dude ranch to see if we could check in early as we had to leave early the next day. They let us and ...

Cowboy Capital of the World

A travel blog entry by lmlampard on Oct 24, 2014

A leisurely start to the day today, we had breakfast & headed West around 11am for Bandera, a small town highly recommended to us by a friend we met in Calgary who is a Baptist minister, born & raised in Texas Hill Country. The hour long drive was very pretty & we passed some massive ranches & some very exotic wildlife, Emu's, Zebra's, & all sorts of animals that don't seem to belong in this area. ...

Great New Old Friends

A travel blog entry by mrear99 on Jul 08, 2014

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... 8217;s hard to explain how we could become such good friends in just one overnight stay. Perhaps it has to do with the fact that both Cheyenne (16) and Mathew are special kids with some special needs. The conversations about school, horses and movies started a bit clumsy with us translating Matt’s vocalizations, and Keith mostly speaking for Cheyenne but things warmed up as our shared interests trumped speech challenges.

Between sharing family ...

Some Time in the Texas "Hill Country"!!

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Mar 04, 2014

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... multimedia and interactive exhibits as well as artifacts. It's so much more meaningful, knowing that both my parents served in the Pacific arena at the close of the War--my father in the Army Air Corps and my mother as a Registered Nurse in the Army. The Wall Street Journal states "A museum of this quality--and importance--needs to be seen ..." It was indeed a powerful experience.
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