Harvey Street B&B

510 Harvey St, San Marcos, Texas, 78666, United States | Hotel

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Finally on the way!

A travel blog entry by halleyc

I finally started my trip today. Heather was nice enough to come pick me up at 7:30 in the morning. I managed to pack 6 weeks in one suitcase (which weighed in at just over the limit, but fortunately they let it slide...) and one carry-on shoulder bag. I'm sure I forgot many, many things, but I did manage to fit my own hairdryer, only 2 pairs of heels, and enough full-size toiletries to last ...

From where i left off....

A travel blog entry by cn2012


... Mexico terrain had given us a good lesson on tough riding so we could handle it! The next day was the last day of the ride into L.A as we were heading to Anaheim the place where we had sent our bags to at the start of the ride. We woke up early and did our daily routine one last time, Motel coffee and some honeybuns (horrible pastry thing every motel seemed to have for breakfast) and we were off, the weather was perfect around 28 degrees, the ride again was beautiful we ...

2nd day, downpour and lightnings!!

A travel blog entry by marcuslindberg


... had dinner. As we were eating it started to drizzle outside but soon transformed into a full downpour complete with lightnings!! We ran to the car and started to drive back towards the hotel but sight was heavily reduced, rain was still pouring down and lightnings were still rageing so we had to drive carefully. We got back at the hotel around 9 pm so now we are just chilling in the room which is nice because it have been some long days and late evenings during the ...

Duck tours and bats

A travel blog entry by nadyapb


... that are brought to your table, sliced, and served by the gaucho chefs. In this case, we had a choice of 16 different meats - from pork ribs to lamb shanks and fillet mignon. Needless to say, we were quite full by the end of the meal!!!

It was a busy day sight-seeing and were tired and sleepy but I was happy that I got to see all the attractions I intended to, as the next couple of days were full-on conference days. It was time to get down to business!


Everything's bigger in Texas

A travel blog entry by aballin2

The only reason I felt confirmation that everything is, in fact, bigger in Texas is because we went to a BBQ last night and my glass of water needed two hands to be picked up. What up with that?

Last night my tour guide, Matt, took me to 'dirty' 6th st downtown. I got to spend some quality time with him and his friends, and see a little bit of the night life. Mind you ...


This hotel, located on 510 Harvey St, San Marcos, is near San Marcos Prime Outlets, San Marcos River, Aquarena Center, and Wonder World Park.
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