Bastrop Inn

102 Childers Drive, Bastrop, Texas, 78602, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 102 Childers Drive, Bastrop, is near Bastrop State Park, Pine Forest Golf Club, Colovista Golf Club, and Rocky Hill.
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Travel Blogs from Bastrop

Bastrop, Texas - Week 5

A travel blog entry by samandylan on Jun 07, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... were too busy enjoying having other company and grilling that we forgot to take many photos other than the dogs and baby goats.

Darren took us to visit one of his mate's auto shops out of town, it was full of awesome old cars waiting for a new owner to put some love and care (aka money) into restoring them. I think Dylan fell in love with most of them. After we drove towards Austin to find a gun ranch to let off some ...

Sights

A travel blog entry by carolandgary on Feb 28, 2013

... way, when your guide book tells you that the beautiful Bastrop State Park forest burned down in 2011, you better believe it.

Also, try not to book an appointment in a town right outside of Austin to get a minor repair the week of SXSW, because finding a place to stay with thousands of extra people in town can get a little tricky
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Ho! Ho! Who?

A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Dec 05, 2012

4 comments, 4 photos

... up in my research was everyone who had advice gave this same tip: make sure the suit is top-quality. Children will notice a cheap outfit and if they do, your cover is blown. You can't be the Santa that convinces children Santa isn't real.

The more I read and learned, the more I realized that how well I pull this off is up to nobody but me. I decided right away that I couldn't just be a guy in a suit pretending to be Santa Claus. I made up my mind ...

Texas : done.

A travel blog entry by megbrodribb on Oct 05, 2012

So we've spent the last two days in Texas, and I have to say, I don't have all that much to say about it. I suppose it's because we had a couple of long drives the past few days, and haven't had much time in each place ... But also because there's not that much to do in some places. I'm sure there are plenty things to do in Texas ...a state that size there's got to be ... we just didn't necessarily get to them. The day we left New Orleans ...

Austin to Lubbock

A travel blog entry by cn2012 on Jul 24, 2012

1 comment

... were on, they were surprised we were on it! We arrived 30 miles later at the lake camp ground, a little sunburnt hot and sweaty, we paid our $5 entry and set about making the tent up! After that we went to the store for some bits, the owner got chatting to us and half an hour later we walked away with his keys to a cabin thing, a storm was coming in so this was ideal, we re packed and walked up to it, as we unpacked and showered the storm hit and we were so glad ...