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Welcome to the Lost Pines Region of Texas. This is the proud home of historic cities chock-full of small-town charm, world-famous BBQ, a luxurious resort, hotels, B&Bs and so much more. All this nestled in and around the amazing beauty of more than 6,000 acres of Loblolly Pine forest in Bastrop. Whether you’re planning a day trip or a long weekend, your next road trip to the Lost Pines starts here.

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Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa
17 Apr 2014

Today’s featured vine may not be as stunningly fruitful as the cross vine we showcased last week, but what the coral honeysuckle lacks in visuals, it makes up for in fragrance. Just ask the hummingbirds that frequent this sweetly scented hotspot for an afternoon sniff, sip and see. The coral honeysuckle vine is easy to grow, climbs on just about anything and thrives equally in full sun to part shade. Don’t you just love how spring blooms bring us to our senses?

Spotlight on Hyatt
Lost Pines Resort

The natural beauty of the Lost Pines Region captivated Native Americans, Spanish explorers and early pioneers. Experience it yourself — in style — at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa. With the perfect blend of approachable luxury and wilderness adventure, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines offers a Texas experience you’ll never forget. 


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Date(s): 4/25/2014 - 4/27/2014
Time: All Weekend

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Bastrop, TX

Texas’ Most Historic Small Town
With more than 130 historic homes and buildings, Bastrop has thousands of stories to tell.

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