Sage Hill Inn Above Onion Creek

Address: 4444 W FM 150, Kyle, Texas, 78640, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on 4444 W FM 150, Kyle.
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    Travel Blogs from Kyle

    Laundry, Barbecue and What-not...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jan 18, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... A new variety of potato salad was also included. It was made of two textures of potato, a bit of barbecue sauce of their making and onions marinated in pickle juice. Both salads were very tasty. The meat, although a bit dry, was also very good. They included bread and a plate of dill pickles. Portions were very large, so we had enough for "re-runs" this eve

    Then we hit our usual Costco and ...

    Big Texas

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 01, 2012

    23 photos

    ... sight-seeing. It was about 75 degrees out and somewhat humid (not horrid, but you could feel it).

    We drove up to the UT campus: it wasn't far away, but we thought we might be able to find longer-term parking up there. We did find a parking lot that seemed to be permit-only M-F but open and free on weekends. It was overcast, and there was a breeze, which reduced the sense of heat and humidity. We strolled around the campus, looking at the "main building" and the ...

    Driveway living....

    A travel blog entry by armycpl on May 18, 2012

    So we pull up to Freds house and wait for him to get home. In the meantime, we can't figure out HOW we are going to get into his driveway and down to the garage area without hitting trees with our A/C on top of the RV. Fred helps him get in and it's determined we won't even try to ...


    A travel blog entry by globalchild on Jun 17, 2011

    4 photos

    ... has a samurai sword handle.

    At 8pm we went to watch the thousand strong colony of bats under the congress bridge. It was amazing. When we left we ended up having to double back and go back over the congress bridge and there was a huge amount of bats in large lines that were taking off from under the bridge to fill the sky like a spotted, squiggly rainbow.

    We went back to our ...

    Keep Austin Weird

    A travel blog entry by mccarthyswan on Jul 21, 2010


    ... the best Korean-Mexican fusion food. Kimchi and tacos are truly a match made in heaven and must be eaten to be believed.
    We also visited my second favorite hotel in America, the Driskill (my first is the Breakers, thanks to Greg and Meredith and their fabulous wedding). We missed the bats again (no surprise there) but there is a park with a big bat cavern in west Texas so we may still get to see some before too long!