Days Inn Bastrop

Address: 4102 Highway 71 East at Loop 150, Bastrop, Texas, 78602, United States | 2 star motel
 
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Location

This 2 star motel, located on 4102 Highway 71 East at Loop 150, Bastrop, is near Bastrop State Park, Pine Forest Golf Club, Off the Lip, and Rocky Hill.
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    Travel Blogs from Bastrop

    Search For A River

    A travel blog entry by cvanderbundt on Apr 13, 2015

    8 comments

    ... goes on in the summer around there. However, they don't want dogs more than 20 lbs at some and no dogs at others. What's with that? Riley could smell the water and he was so excited. We wasted a lot of time there and then it was rush hour and there are a million different highways so we finally ended up at the KOA in Bastrop, which is near ...

    This Ones For Harry

    A travel blog entry by carolandgary on Mar 03, 2013

    ... were marveling at the sheer size of the burger and I asked "where do they even find a bun that big?"

    Without a seconds pause Gary said "Texas".

    With that accomplished we could enjoy the rest of this historic little town on the Colorado River. It had all the bits of "this is different" that made it a great afternoon.

    Asides:

    In the morning we took a 90 minute hike through the park to view the lake and the cottages built by the ...

    Warmer is the Word

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jan 16, 2013

    6 comments, 18 photos

    ... There wasn't much action then, but shortly after feeding time in the AM and afternoon, it apparently gets pretty lively. We will see.


    The campground has about forty sites, which are paved and offer water and electricity. I took on about fifty gallons of the liquid gold and then did up the hose and stowed it. It's still freezing at night, so this is what works best for us. We'll let the pump do the job for us. It's just above ...

    Fast Life in the Big City

    A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Oct 30, 2012

    1 photo

    ... because they had received multiple calls. Then the light turned green and I had to move. About 30 second later, I saw three cop cars in the rear view mirror and imagined this vagrant at gun point trying to explain his way out of the mess he had gotten himself into.

    Then something else struck me. Kathy was more nervous getting her phone out in time to take a picture of five mangy cats than she was to report a knife-wielding hobo.
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    Joyce Kilmer and Me

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on Mar 07, 2012

    Austin trees have character. They don't just pop up out of the ground and head for the sky. They meander, twist, and turn, taking their time to decide which way they want to grow. Kind of like the city itself. Interesting.

    These distinctive trees, many of which grace the state capitol grounds, are live oaks, so called because the leaves remain green throughout the winter. Not actual ...