I was delegated by three friends to find an overnight "ladies getway" location. I had been at the Prince Solms several years ago and found that it was just as delightful as I remembered. Let me add that if my friends didn't care for the Inn I would have been in for a lifetime of good-natured ribbing. Fortunately they completely approved! We all wanted our own rooms and were in the Magnolia, Songbird, Library and Rose rooms - everyone commented on how comfortable they were. A lovely touch, which is in direct contast to the expensive mini-bars at most hotels, were the complimentary bottles of water and light snacks left for us on our dressers. The manager was helpful, informative and interesting to speak to. The Inn is quite old, had been the Comal Inn, I believe, and was on the path of the old Chisholm Trail. The Inn is well located and we drove around the town and on to the nearby town of Gruene for shopping and sightseeing. The cellar Jazz Bar at the Inn was a great ending to the day. On the way home in the morning it was completely necessary to stop at the nearby Naegelin's Bakery, the oldest in Texas, founded in 1868 fora calorie-laden supply of strudel, bear claws and cookies. Great trip!
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