BEST WESTERN Lockhart Hotel & Suites

Address: 1811 South Colorado Street, Lockhart, Texas, 78644-3946, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1811 South Colorado Street, Lockhart, is near Lockhart State Park, Caldwell County Jail Museum, and Gonzales Emporium.
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      They're baaaackk!

      A travel blog entry by mcopeland on Sep 11, 2013


      ... from Maryland who have moved there, so we envision another trip to the UK in the future.

      By staying in B&Bs and our 1 Couchsurfing stay we met real everyday
      residents, and not just the hotel bellboy. We thoroughly enjoyed our
      late night conversations with our hosts and learned a lot about the
      countries and people we wouldn't have learned from a guide book.

      are really friendly, even in the big city. In that ...

      Getting Ready to Go

      A travel blog entry by mcopeland on Aug 17, 2013


      So, we're going to play a little with a travel blog. Thanks, Don and Mary for the inspiration! We figure it will be good practice for when we do our round-the-world trip when Charlie retires.

      We promise not to bore you with every single detail, although you may get incredibly bored. In which case, you must really love us to subscribe to this!

      So, come along with us as we explore Scotland and England. Just 3 more days!


      Warmer is the Word

      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jan 16, 2013

      6 comments, 18 photos

      ... almond. They retain their leaves year around. They're a scrub oak, I'd say and get quite large. Whether they are fit to use as lumber and such, I cannot say. They are quite beautiful, however.

      Much of our route reminded me of Eastern Montana until we entered the hills. I got one or two shots of some cuts through what looks like sandstone. It's sedimentary in nature and very attractive in these cuts. The altitude is about 23-2500 feet. ...

      Ever journey comes to an end...

      A travel blog entry by marcuslindberg on Jul 12, 2012

      11 photos

      Todays agenda was a workshop which was an optional extra day that we had decided to attend. Some people from the two first days had left and some new people had come just for this day and workshop. It was just one speaker for the whole day and he had a more hands-on approach and covered different layouts appropiate for mobile devices among many other topics. We also got a compendium with aproximately five hundred slides ...

      Hill country detour - BBQ capital of the World

      A travel blog entry by nicjdav on Apr 08, 2012

      5 photos

      ... area locals call an icehouse) on the site of the town's former general store and a dance hall. Really cute pub and worth a stop for a friendly local beer. We stopped here as part of this trip and decided that in honour of this place and the fact that it is facing a halving in its population due to a difficult divorce, that we would call our new car 'Albert'.

      Back to Lockhart - the facts..... in 1999 the ...