Wimberley Inn

200 Ranch Road 3237, Wimberley, Texas, 78676, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 200 Ranch Road 3237, Wimberley, is near Wimberley Glass Works, Corral Theatre, and Central Texas Bonsai Exhibit at Jade Gardens.
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    Fast Life in the Big City

    A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Oct 30, 2012

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    ... pizza once when my boss brought some in for us at work one day. It's the best pizza I've ever had and Kathy was dying to try it, so off we went.

    The restaurant is decorated with a Las Vegas theme because its named after the movie Rounders, which takes place in Vegas. It has some neat novelty value as a result. After eating the pizza Kathy agreed it was excellent and while it was the best I've had, she said it was second to ...

    Holy Moroni!

    A travel blog entry by highway2gameday on Sep 03, 2012

    ... t bad fans, they just wouldn't get into it with me. No one was singling me out, getting in my face, or throwing stuff at me. Mormuns are just too nice for that kind of behavior. It was somewhat dissapointijng, but nonetheless quite pleasant. I just can't hate someone for being too nice, and mormuns are too nice for the kind of behavior I was trying to elicit.

    As WSU started getting blown out in the second half, I began quieting ...

    Austin, TX: The Unusual Nature of Austin

    A travel blog entry by thirsty-boots on Aug 11, 2012

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    ... What river?" even though there's only one river running through the city, the Colorado River -- not to be mistaken from the other Colorado River in my Home State that carves out the Grand Canyon and empties into the Gulf of California...if it does any more due to the drought. I wonder which city came up first with the slogan "Keep (Austin/Portland) Weird"? Anyway, for about $11 you get two pounds of spice-rubbed meat, briskets to be exact with ...

    There's No Place Like Home

    A travel blog entry by elk_oil on May 02, 2012

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    ... number of low-hanging branches looming over the drive, but I'd rather be lucky than good, and such was the case this time.

    I got out of the truck and there were hugs all around. Leslie and Michael were there, as well as Mom and Dad. And Leanne and her boyfriend came over from South Carolina to visit for the week. So it was a nice reunion, of sorts. My sisters kindly draped red party streamers in the trees and a "Welcome Home" sign above ...

    Home is where the heart is...

    A travel blog entry by restlessriders on Dec 28, 2011

    ... and rock a spell.  I believe Darrell said it best when he said camping near home gives you the best of both worlds... (that it does). We headed back to the park just before sundown and started a campfire.  As the temperature dropped down into the thirties, the fire began to roar.  We curled up next to the fire, popped some popcorn and watched the amazing galactic ...