Marks Overlook Lodge

190 Marks Overlook, Buda, Texas, 78610, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 190 Marks Overlook, Buda, is near Onion Creek Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Buda

    August 26, 2012

    A travel blog entry by aliza.aseltine on Aug 26, 2012

    ... taught with word but actions. I was confused often. Mom was amazing and fun and beautiful and smart but our communication was broken at times and she expected me up be able to fk things that err really herd to do when I was lost she expected first try or something. It hurt when she yelled and wasnt patient. With me. It us my life and I've said a million tuned u wound never dare dkbrmbe like my sad I'm zero attracted thrrebyx zero spark. So TRUE. Another note dyer back ther us ...

    We are going home!!

    A travel blog entry by marcuslindberg on Jul 12, 2012

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... after several escalators we ended up on this platform, waiting for an automated train to take us to terminal B (I thought the shuttle would!). After two stations and even more escalators we finally got to terminal B!! ..and our gate, number 40, was just about 300 feet / 90-100 meter away. Unfortunately it was just about 20 minutes left before they would start boarding so I just had time to shove a muffin down my throat and wash it down with a third of a small Starbucks ...

    Goodbye Carla

    A travel blog entry by larryg59 on Jan 23, 2012

    ... at the hotel, so that camper could have a few repairs completed before the racing season starts. We finished getting new tags for the car/camper and getting a Texas drivers I guess this makes us Texas residents (better go out and get me a cowboy hat and boots). Well like I said in my other blogs this gate guard job was not for us and will not be doing it ...

    Texas is good for one's health

    A travel blog entry by pdfero on Dec 11, 2011

    1 comment

    ... from the staff. After tests including a chest x-ray, they determined that I had an upper bronchial infection. It took two sessions on the nebulizer there for my chest to quiet down enough for the doctor to let me go . . . with prescripts for Prednisone (that ubiquitous drug of my life), Levaquin antibiotic and an inhaler. Last night I got my first decent night’s rest in a month. Mary Jo is feeling much better now, too.

    More on our Buda visit next time.


    Keep Austin Weird

    A travel blog entry by cafe_travel on Sep 25, 2011

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... early.
    On our way out we picked up a CD and shirt from the guys who were very happy to know their music would be taken all the way back to Australia.

    It was a quick 10 minute walk from where we were to the restaurant so we strolled our way over and were shown straight to a table.
    We asked the waitress for her recommendations as neither one of us has experienced a Texan barbecue before. She suggest a few dishes but said the ...