Woodbine Hotel and Restaurant
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Woodbine Hotel and Restaurant Madisonville
Travel Blogs from Madisonville
... stories of prisoners on death row, their crimes, last words and their victims thoughts. Tragedies involving prison guards and how everything from tooth brushes to clothing needs to be modified so it can not be used as a weapon. There was prisoner artwork and initiatives on display, including a prison version of monopoly. One of the most notable displays was of the Texas Prison Rodeo, which was a ...
... of Kenneth Mireles and Michael Lewis.
We had multiple snack/rest stops about every 10-12 miles but we could only stop for 10 minutes in order to keep us on schedule.
Our route took countless turns and over countless railroad tracks some of which I am sure we crossed multiple times. We turned so many times that we had headwinds, tailwinds, crosswinds over and over. We rode ...
... leave our equipment unattended. But the law says you have to evacuate the building. We decided to obey the law. Sorry Camfel.
Now, in our life experience in the past, a fire drill in the middle of January is one of the most cruel, cold-hearted, cold-bodied punishments a school could inflict on its students. But in Texas, it was a treat! It was nearly 70 degrees that afternoon, and the fire drill was a breath of fresh air to us. Then we all had to go back inside.... oh ...
... gadgets she’s bought, made and planned for. Last night into this morning she slept 14 straight hours, so hopefully another night or two of the same and she’ll have her pretty game face ready for that glass of wine in the front of the plane on Friday night! GET WELL TAMARA!!!
How’d we get here, one of my very dear friends from long ago asked (hi Karen!). How do you just up and quit your job, rent out your ...
... is about 35-40, garden-construction.
2) Food: We ask for a 35 peso/ week/ volunteer food contribution. This pays for basic meal supplies (vegetables, grains, bread, oatmeal, tea, pasta, etc). This does not include meat or liquor. We are not vegetarian but we rarely eat meat. On occasion, we have an asado (BBQ). We ask that everyone, unless you are vegetarian, contribute money to cover the costs of meat, ...