All Inn

Address: 800 E. Dickinson, Fort Stockton, Texas, 79735, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 800 E. Dickinson, Fort Stockton.
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      Man it's Hot!!

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Aug 25, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... Oh well. We made it without difficulty. The park is wide open with very few trees and no amenities, but it only cost $18 and it's just for one night. It has been so hot today, the refrigerator has had problems cooling down. Everything is still frozen, but the refrigerator temp is reading 45. Hopefully it will cool down over night.

      Then tonight I found out that the new mobile Hot Spot we purchased for this trip does not have coverage in this area. ...

      What is this? The winter Olympics?

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 11, 2014

      5 photos

      ... cold in Arkansas, and we expected things to get better weather wise. They didn't. We went through Dallas (and both Laurie and I were reminded why we don't live in a city anymore) where fog had set in. The temperature in Dallas was 34........and the automated highway signs said that bridges and roads were beginning to ice. Nice.

      One other thing is....when we actually reached the Texas line, we still had 12 hours driving ahead of ...

      Welcome to the Lone Star State

      A travel blog entry by vickyandbrian on Apr 02, 2013

      4 photos

      ... was a BYOB bar. Bring your own stuff, pay five bucks cover charge and stay all night. Well we didn't know it walking in so some of the locals offered us beers and the bar didn't charge us the five bucks because we didn't bring any liquor. Such a deal ! The locals were very friendly. An interesting experience. Texas is great so far and it's a BIG state so more to ...

      Sick in Fort Stockton

      A travel blog entry by dullicksontour on Oct 19, 2012

      ... some of the alien stuff. It means we save a night on getting to Albuquerque and we get to see some of the less developed areas of Texas and New Mexico. We drove from San Antonio to our overnight stop in Fort Stockton and the scenery blew us away. We were surrounded by limestone mountains and driving on curvy roads, not at all what we expected. The speed limits in this part of Texas are the highest in the nation - 80mph. We were ...

      Mesas, Buttes and Plateaus

      A travel blog entry by dlpool on Apr 18, 2012

      3 photos

      ... From my limited Spanish, I remember that the word "mesa" means table, and a mesa is flat on top so it fits. My dictionary tells me it is a land formation with steep walls and a relatively flat top, less extensive than a plateau. So then I had to look up a "plateau". It too has a relatively level surface, considerably raised above adjoining land on at least one side and often cut by a deep canyon. Okay, ...