Utopia on the River
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Decided to head to Bandera on my way to Gander State park where the river levels are suppose to be higher. My brother-inlaw's dad lives there with his wife and runs a saddle and leather works shop so thought I would say "hi" and check out some sites. This is some absolutely beautiful country in these parts. The drive from Boerne, Tx to ...
Bandera is the county seat of Bandera County, Texas, United States, in the Texas Hill Country, which is part of the Edwards Plateau. The population was 857 at the 2010 census. Bandera calls itself the "Cowboy Capital of the World". In a rugged county filled with hills, rivers, and a sprawling lake, the small town of Bandera holds a really big place in the hearts of Texans. Located in the Texas Hill Country less than an hour from San Antonio, Bandera reminds us of a ...
... town. It was pretty quiet while we were there since it was cold outside which was actually pretty nice. A lot of restaurants had laid out ponchos on the chairs outside for guests to wear while eating. It was a nice cozy touch and people looked really cute and warm in them. We walked to the Alamo which I still don’t really understand, ...
Had breakfast again at our hotel because it was included. we then packed our bags and the car and drove to a local supermarket. Got some drink to take with us to the ranch for the night. We then drove on to Bandera, had a look in the town and a coffee at the local coffee shop (so looking forward to coffee at home). After this we drove to the Dixie Dude ranch to see if we could check in early as we had to leave early the next day. They let us and ...
... The river walk project was commenced in 1939 and over the years has been maintained and renovated with cafes, restaurants, hotels and attractions lining the walk. There is beautiful greenery, interspersed with water features and stonework that makes the area so cool and attractive. The walk is a loop, which we walked most of, eventually finding a table beneath a bridge to eat lunch. We were served the obligatory corn chips and salsa whilst ...