Dawkins House Historic Bed and Breakfast

Address: 2315 16th Street, Lubbock, Texas, 79401, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lubbock

Strolling Down Memory Lane

A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Oct 03, 2014

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... was able to drive on campus without a pass, but now visitors are allowed. We found a good on-street, pay parking spot near Gordon Hall so that was were we started our tour. Gordon has been upgraded quite a bit since Philip lived there. It houses students in the Honors College now. Almost every window had the same "Sun's Up, Gun's Up" poster in the window. ...

Sir Paul

A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Oct 02, 2014

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... for the 8:00 start. And we did have plenty of time to park, get the tickets, wait in line to buy t-shirts, take the shirts back to the car, and still have to wait in line to get in. While we were waiting, one of the employees with a bullhorn came out with an announcement from Paul. He apologized for being late, but was held up with air traffic problems making him late arriving to Lubbock. He was doing the sound check and would ...

Today is the day

A travel blog entry by jayneamurrill on Sep 30, 2014

4 comments, 2 photos

Day started at 0430, not out of necessity, but anticipation. Dishes washed and put away, showered and dressed, sitting on front porch awaiting our ride to Lubbock. Mr. And Mrs. B arrive in a luxury SUV to ferry us in style. Lunch, of course, at Cracker Barrel, where we consumed our last green chili for the next month. Arrived at the airport well ahead of time only ...

What's in Lubbock?

A travel blog entry by landlshenanigan on Jul 14, 2014

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... our drive was flat and dry as far as the eye could see. Until we got to the outskirts of Lubbock, rising up out of the flatlands was a cute little neighborhood. It had broad porches, neat little (green) yards, gas lamps burning on the porches, and a brick townhall. It felt like we had landed in the Stepford; everything was eerily perfect. I'm exaggerating, but only slightly (check out ...

Leaving lubbock

A travel blog entry by zonas on Jun 05, 2013

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Headed out 9 am, 70 degrees this am, quite a difference from 103 when we arrived last night! wind was really picking up. We r headed NW on 84 towards New mexico, surrounded by flat, flat, flat farm fields, as far as you can see, some serious dust storms as the wind is blowing east west across these vast farm fields! Visited the Billy the Kid museum in ft. Sumner, ...

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