Smith's Tin House on the Square

204 Ave G. (Mailing) Pobox 334, Johnson City, Texas, 78636, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Johnson City

George Washington Inaugural Bible

A travel blog entry by ethomson


George Washington was inaugurated as the first President of the United States using this Masonic Bible which was borrowed from St John's Lodge No. 1, chartered under the Grand Lodge of the State of New York, F. & A.M.

It was exhibited last night, 10 December 2013 in Parsons Masonic Lodge.

Shop Till You Drop Texas Style

A travel blog entry by 2texastravelers


... there's also a number of nice boutiques, specially stores and wine tasting shops.

Scenic Cypress Creek winds through town before it empties into the Blanco River within Wimberley's city limits. The spring fed creek was the reason a grist mill was built here in 1856 and operated until 1925.

Nearby Canyon Lake is a popular Central Texas recreation and ...

Wandering Around The Hill Country

A travel blog entry by 2texastravelers


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Our next stop was Luckenbach made famous in country music by "Waylon, Willie and the Boys" and authentic Texas character Hondo Crouch in the 1970s.

A combination general store and saloon may have been established on the site by German immigrants as early as 1849. Luckenbach was first established as a community trading post and was one of the few that never broke a peace treaty with the Comanche Indians with whom ...

Hamilton Pool and Fredericksburg

A travel blog entry by 2texastravelers


... entrance fee of $10 per car you are given the opportunity to hike down a very steeping places 1/4 mile trail and climb around some large boulders to the waterfall and pool below the falls.

Under normal circumstances you can hike from the pool along the creek to the Pedernales River but the area had experienced heavy flooding about a week prior to our visit and most of the creek trails ...

LBJ Boyhood Home and Johnson City

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill


... to Johnson City and stopped at the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park in Johnson City. This is the boyhood home of LBJ and also the home where his grandfather settled in was located on the property. The visitor center had exhibits and films about LBJ and his wife.

Johnson City is named after one of LBJ's relatives (I believe his granduncle). LBJ’s father ...


This B&B, located on 204 Ave G. (Mailing) Pobox 334, Johnson City, is near Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park, Lyndon B. Johnson Boyhood Home, Highland Lakes, and Johnson City Feed Mill.
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