Optimum Health Institute

Address: 265 Cedar Lane, Cedar Creek, Texas, 78612, United States | Resort
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This resort is located on 265 Cedar Lane, Cedar Creek.
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Travel Blogs from Cedar Creek

Capital of the Lone Star State

A travel blog entry by brett_and_fi on Jul 20, 2013

26 photos

On leaving Dallas we had a small incident in Tim, Sean and Branch's parking garage. Frustratingly a woman cut a corner short and drove into the front of us. The damages were minor on both sides however we will require a new bumper. Fortunately the woman was very apologetic and claimed responsibility.
It was a short drive south to Austin to meet up with Brett's ...

Caverns and Cows

A travel blog entry by pete11 on May 10, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

... reputation, with horse- and bicycle- drawn rickshaws carting people too drunk or lazy to walk past half naked guitarists in drag and hundreds of partiers on the rooftops of bars, clubs and music venues. Tomorrow is my first "domestic day", and I'm looking forward to relaxing in one place, doing laundry, and figuring out how to get these photos and videos to ...

Little Cabin In The Woods

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Nov 25, 2012

2 comments, 44 photos

... rolling box canyon with meadows full of wildflowers in the spring. The Colorado River flows and bends through the park like a lazy drifter.

I walked just a short distance down the road from where I am staying in "The Little Cabin in the Woods" to find the trailhead for my hike. Horseback riders and hikers are allowed on the 18 miles of trails, but no mountain bikes.

I pay my entrance fee on the honorary ...

Week 11 - Iowa State at Texas

A travel blog entry by jasonandjanell on Nov 10, 2012

19 photos

... s Day tribute to the armed forces. The band played the anthem for each service branch while making some very cool formations, including a Coast Guard cutter, an Army tank, a Navy submarine, the Marine Corps seal, and an airplane for the Air Force. The formations were fairly complicated, and once they made them they simply marched down the field at an 8 to 5 cadence with a low step, changed formations for the new song, and marched 8 to 5 the ...

Goddess of Liberty

A travel blog entry by burtonll on Mar 13, 2012

... in Austin. Spring break for the kids. ”We have 25 grandchildren, four adopted,” bragged Wilma’s parents, offering pictures.

Back outside, a brilliant evening gown on the path ahead caught my attention. A young girl, pretty in pink, posing beside the capitol trees. Permission to get your picture? I asked. Two men, her father and her brother, armed with heavy-duty cameras, nodded in assent. “What is ...