Eve's Garden Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we drove from Marathon to Big Bend National Park. I had never been to the park so we took the "one day tour" and saw a good portion of the park. We saw the Chisos Mountains and took a hike on the Window Trail that gives a good view of the desert through a "window" in the mountains. We took photos and Doris saw a ...
Day 341 - Today we have a 240 mile drive to Marathon, Texas. We have gotten off the main highway and are taking a nice route, good road, no trucks (yea), but not much to look at. West Texas is pretty barren. We do pass some towns, but how they make it is a mystery...some didn't! We pass another Pecan Grove of several acres. Water is a real problem in this area (as in all of the West) so who knows if they will even have a crop this year. One ...
I do want to write a few words on Austin but I'm in Marathon, Texas at the moment and just wanted to share a few thoughts. If you're coming from the east or maybe the north and going to Big Bend National Park, chances are you would stop in this wee town. Maybe to gas up or get some supplies or sleep for a night and get an early start for Big Bend, which is what I've done. But ...
... close to everything has about 93 sites with full hookups and some tent sites. The campground has a pool, playground, laundry, recreation room, gift shop, and bath house. Check in was quick, informative and they drive you to your site. Free Wi-fi/cable and the internet was very good. A number of restaurants are near by and it is close to Fort Davis and the Museum of Big Bend at the local University. Nice stay. Cost with Good Sam was $30 for a ...
1. Thursday, March 22 - I had to get a picture of the sunset at Seminole Canyon State Park and then in the morning a sunrise picture. We left the canyon around 9:30 am and headed west on 90. This is canyon country and we saw some beautiful views of canyons as we traveled along. Of course we had to stop in Langtry, TX about forty miles up the road. Langtry is named for Lilly Lillie Langtry the international star. Judge Roy Bean was fascinated ...