Harvey Street B&B

Address: 510 Harvey St, San Marcos, Texas, 78666, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 510 Harvey St, San Marcos, is near San Marcos Prime Outlets, San Marcos River, Tanger Outlets San Marcos, and Aquarena Center.
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Travel Blogs from San Marcos

Exploring Austin

A travel blog entry by edddadams on Jun 09, 2014

5 photos

Caught a Taxi from our out of town Motel, which according to our taxi driver is renowned for its gangsters. The taxi driver dropped us outside the capital building, a spectacular building very grand in size and materials made with mainly marble and granite. Inside it was even more grand with huge hall raising up 6 floors, allowing you to look at the ceiling of a Texan flag embossed in gold. Back outside we walked down congress street over the river, walking around 2 miles, working up ...

Austin, TX Rocks and the BBQ Aint Bad Either

A travel blog entry by travelintommy on Jun 27, 2013

4 comments, 15 photos

... oil paintings by a local artist. There was one of SRV (about 16x24) and I had to ask how much it was. It was $380 and I had to pass but it was a fun store to look through.

I raced back to the hotel to get ready for dinner. Tonight, Steve, his wife Candy and son Zach were taking me outside the city limits to the Salt Lick BBQ. This place is in every road food book and ...

Austin, Texas

A travel blog entry by rowandmeags on Apr 03, 2013

16 photos

... weatherboard homes that were gutted and turned into bars all along the street. It was like being at a house party and drinking in backyards but not. One house/bar we went to had 103 beers on tap!! It took up an entire wall. We met some really fun Americans a did a bit of a bar crawl along the street. Each house had its own trailer food and we ended up trialling a sausage place that had so many to select from. We tried a .... And a Louisiana lightning. We swear the Louisiana had ...

Seriously, The Roof Collapsed

A travel blog entry by liamandkelsey on Sep 15, 2012

... hick towns along the way. We ended up in Houston in the early afternoon, made our transfer (you know, the one that we only had 20 minutes to make) and somehow ended up at the front of that line as well! Everything was coming up, well, us. A few hours later we arrived at the Greyhound terminal in Austin, alive and well. We grabbed a cab to the hostel (nice and cheap-ish) and settled in to our 14 bed dorm room (facepalm). At least our neighbours were lovely! ...

A Cyclist's Guide to Bar Bands and Street Eats

A travel blog entry by michaelgravelle on Nov 28, 2011

22 photos

... pizza and beer joints carried, featuring Vouvray, Trebbiano and Gruner Vertliner by the glass – though when Sue ordered the last two, the bartender seemed unaware that they even carried them.

Cycling Westlake Hills
 ;Texas is flat in the east and as it moves away from the Mississippi Delta it becomes rolling then mountainous as you head west to New Mexico. ...