BEST WESTERN Bastrop Pines Inn

107 Hunters Crossing Boulevard, Bastrop, Texas, 78602, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 107 Hunters Crossing Boulevard, Bastrop, is near Pine Forest Golf Club, E/Z Picken, Rocky Hill, and Bastrop Yesterfest 2006.
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TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Bastrop Pines Inn

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Travel Blogs from Bastrop

This Ones For Harry

A travel blog entry by carolandgary on Mar 03, 2013

"Glad to know where you are -- still a long way to go before you get out of Texas. When Harry and I drove from Phoenix across Texas I thought we would never get out of west Texas. Harry loved the "cafes" because they all specialized in Country Fried Steak, I know not healthy, but his favorite. Glad the dogs are getting adjusted." ( a timely cut and paste from an email from Gary's Mom)

We made it into Bastrop, then I remembered I don't like sightseeing ...

Week 11 - Iowa State at Texas

A travel blog entry by jasonandjanell on Nov 10, 2012

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The Band - We walked into the stadium while the band was playing pregame. I was pleased to hear Iowa State's alma mater, The Bells of Iowa State, being played. At first I thought that the ISUCF"V"MB had made the trip, but I when I emerged from the tunnel, I was surprised to see that it was the Texas band playing Iowa State's song. Classy.

The Longhorn Band's halftime show was all about tributes. The majority of the show was ...

Austin, TX: The Unusual Nature of Austin

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

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... been to West Chester, PA. From them I learned that Austinites have an unusual use of the English language. They call sections of a dam-off river "a lake" when it's actually a reservoir. They don't see thIs body of water as a continuous entity even though it flows for 862 miles southeastward the Gulf of Mexico -- making it the 18th longest river in the States. So if you mention to them that you live by the river, their reaction will most ...

Everything's Bigger in Texas!

A travel blog entry by carlyandbryn1 on Jul 29, 2012

1 comment, 8 photos

... pretty good! Despite working early next morning, Joel was determined to take us out that night, so after dropping Lynne and Joshua home we drove back to downtown to a place on Congress with a band going in both upstairs and downstairs. We started off downstairs, which was like a country and western style band which a lot of people were at the front dancing to. Some dressed in proper glitzy cowboy shirts, and most women wore cowboy boots with their pretty dresses! We ...

We're of again,

A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Sep 29, 2011

4 comments

It took us a couple of hours to decide that it was time for vacation. Initially we thought it would be great to see fall leaves in Colorado. Just by change we saw something about the hot air balloon festival in New Mexico and whala, we knew where we were going.

Luckily both our bosses agreed to the vacation, and of we go!

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