Days Inn & Suites Llano

609 Bessemer Street, Llano, Texas, 78643, United States
Days Inn & Suites Llano
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If we can climb this thing, just about anyone canIf we can climb this thing, just about anyone can

Looking up to the topLooking up to the top

Cooper's Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que Click to see all!Cooper's Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que Click to see all!

Panorama-Colorado wide spot at Spicewood, TXPanorama-Colorado wide spot at Spicewood, TX

Forum Posts

Bald Eagles

by NannaShelley

When do the Llano Eagles come back to their nest? I was thinking it was sometime in November. We spend a lot of time down there during the year and like to see them.

Thanks,
Shelley

RE: Bald Eagles

by ridermirv

They migrate to Llano county in the winter, and stay until spring. I'm not sure exactly what month they arrive, but late November sounds about right.

Here's a link to a website about them:

http://www.lakesandhills.com/eagles.htm

Marc

Travel Tips for Llano

small town...big heart

by counsel14

"some history"

The City of Llano is the perfect home-base for historic sight-seeing or shopping. We have a friendly, small-town atmosphere that offers the ideal change of pace from the chaotic bustle of big city life.
The abundance of springs, and diversity of plants and wildlife have attracted humans to this area for some 12,000 years. The first inhabitants survived by hunting the prehistoric mammoth and mastodon. Later, large herds of buffalo, deer and antelope provided sustenance for the American Indians. In fact, even today, the density of deer in the Llano Basin is greater than any other area in the United States.

The Tonkawa Indians were living in the Llano area when the first Europeans arrived in the vicinity in approximately 1535. Spanish explorer, Alvar Nunez Cabeza De Vaca led an expedition to explore the vast, uncharted region. "Llano" in Spanish means plain, a name hardly fitting this spectacular piece of Hill Country. Originally, the river was named by Spanish explorers "Rio do los Chanas" or River of the Chanas -- the Chanas being a band of the Tonkawa Indians. Over the centuries the phonetic similarity between "Chanas" and "Llano" led to confusion and gradually the latter name replaced the original.

"Visiting"

Llano has an abundance of historic sites, parks, lakes, golf courses, museums and shopping centers and even a small opera house. It really is a great place to visit.

Beauties of the Hill Country

by scargo

"Pedernales River is great for swimming"

Running through the Hill Country is the Pedernales River. Limestone is everywhere which lends to clear, clean rivers an streams. Sometimes you can find shallow pools, several feet deep, cut into the limestone, where you can bathe and sunbathe. Click on the images below to expand them or you will miss out on some of the panorama images.

"Colorado River before Lake Travis (Austin)"

The Colorado is also a very clean and clear river which feeds into "Lake Travis", just west of and into the Austin, Texas area. Great swimming, fishing, boating, etc.! This is the Spicewood, Texas area. A good place to launch wine-tasting tours from!

"More of Colorado @ Spicewood, TX"

We could see hawks flying from this bluff, overlooking the Colorado.

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