Wildflower Inn

404 Highway 281 North, Johnson City, Texas, 78636, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Johnson City

A day of touring

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie


Today Lynne planned a wonderful ride through the back roads. The ride should have covered about 200 kms, but we got turned around several times and had a real challenge to find the road signs. We were travelling around on country roads so the access ways looked the same as the farm accesses.

Most of the small bridges were in very low areas ...

2 nights in one location!!

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie

... ice flows looked suspicious to someone who was not aware of our tactics. Pretty funny, now that I think about it.

We arrived just before 7 pm, totally exhausted and elated that we can finally sleep in tomorrow morning. We had a pool side party with pizza, beer and fireworks (it is the 4 th of July). It was great to have time to relax together and play in the pool.

Traveling for Winos

A travel blog entry by christa.ehrler

... weekend was our second trip to wine country and the best yet. We stayed at the cottages behind Messina Hof, and they were absolutely the best place to stay at. They are right in the middle of different wineries, so you can enjoy wine tastings and then make it back to your adorable cottage for a quick shower and midday nap! (Also, they're pet friendly)

Fredericksburg itself is a fantastic little ...


A travel blog entry by patsbike

... silence or birds or enines while I stitched away. I would often look up to watch the occasional car, 18 wheeler, ranch truck, motorcycle, RV, and yes, other bikers! It was fun to get out of the car and take photos of Pat catching up, flowers, trees, birds and the approaching scenery as well as the scenery out the window.
I again realized on this trip ...

LBJ Boyhood Home and Johnson City

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill


... real estate but also was a representative for the town at the state capitol for a number of years. His mother was college educated and was a great debater. Both his parents were very intelligent and expected LBJ to follow in their footsteps.

The exhibits also showed life as a rancher and owning the Texas Longhorns. There were two on the historic site near the original ...


This inn, located on 404 Highway 281 North, Johnson City, is near Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park, Lyndon B. Johnson Boyhood Home, Highland Lakes, and Johnson City Feed Mill.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Wildflower Inn Johnson City

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good