The Inn at Lampasas

Address: 1200 Central Texas Expressway, Lampasas, Texas, 76550, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 1200 Central Texas Expressway, Lampasas.
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      Travel Blogs from Lampasas

      FH SNOW DAY

      A travel blog entry by keely.deltoro on Aug 20, 2014

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      If you live in the south, you never get snow, you don't even expect it! When the rare time comes around that you ACTUALLY get snow, all hell breaks loose! Even if it is a few flurries, you break everything warm out you have, and act like it is a freakin' blizzard!! Or at least that is what we do in my house. My husband is from Chicago so he things it's hilarious! Whatever, we have fun!!!!! ...

      Day hike at Inks Lake State Park

      A travel blog entry by pianoman2112 on Jun 29, 2014

      Beautiful state park with nice hiking trail along the waters edge. Adam did great for most of the hike and Anna had issues with the proximity to cactus. Both kids reached the end of their hiking stamina before we made it back to the car and it was quite the battle to get them back to ...

      Cruise of lake Buchanan

      A travel blog entry by pianoman2112 on Jun 28, 2014

      Booked passage with the vanishing Texas river cruise company and had a 2 hour tour of the lake. Wind conditions made it impossible to land ashore to see Blufton, which is normally under water, but because of the drought, has made possible for shore ...

      Day 23

      A travel blog entry by sarrdh on Aug 08, 2013

      9 photos

      ... s first beef cow, are 3/8 Brahman and 5/8 Short Horn. Santa Gertrudis are hardy cattle that can survive on the sparse grass in West Texas. They were first introduced by the Captain Richard King of the King Ranch. Along the way we pass quite a few oil rigs pumping out the black gold and you can smell the oil in the air. On the ridges of the Texas canvas, windmills stand ...

      A trip back in time...

      A travel blog entry by thebuscemis on Aug 03, 2013

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      First stop we checked out the WW2 planes and got to see them drag one out and start it up... Fun Times. Then we went to a pre-civil war army fort and the gentleman running the place made sure we knew it was called the "war of northern oppresion"!! I guess some people are still bitter about that war! ...