Americas Best Value Inn

Address: 820 11th Street, Ozona, Texas, 76943-0070, United States | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Ozona

    Overnight stay

    A travel blog entry by theheasleys on Nov 26, 2013

    ... this part of Texas and it seems that the RV parks in the area have been turned into man camps for the oil workers. Anytime you get in an area where there are a lot of oil or gas wells, you find these man camps.

    So we spent the night in a man ...

    Another Big Wind (and still not from Winnetka)

    A travel blog entry by wjmccain on Apr 23, 2013

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    ... to spend an extra day in San Antonio to see the Alamo and the River Walk (reminiscing from when I was in the Air Force and stationed at Lackland AFB for training). So we figured that we would push today and have a nice, leisurely drive tomorrow into San Antonio (about 200 miles). We could get into the San Antonio KOA and relax, ...

    Another day another 468 miles

    A travel blog entry by karenabotta on Jun 23, 2012

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    Well we got out of the hurricane areas (pretty much). Not much to write about today... We didn't even see much road kill... We did see a lot of mile post markers....Ya seen one ya seen um all!!
    I got a couple of photos... No, not mile marker! But not much more interesting... lol
    At least, I am out of the rest stop area ...

    Day 10 - It's Flayett

    A travel blog entry by jimfrondorf on Apr 01, 2011

    1 comment, 5 photos

    "it's Flayett" The voice in my head is screaming. "it's Flayett" Can't shake it. "it's Flayett" I can hear it over the constant sound of the wind in my ears. "it's Flayett" Louder than the ever present chatter of my bike over the rough asphalt. "it's Flayett" Mile after mile. Every time I have to shift to a lower gear. Every time I look at my Garmin and see I'm going 8 mph. "it's Flayett"

    Got off of Interstate 10 today. Happened about 50 ...

    The first misadventure

    A travel blog entry by itsgotime on Nov 21, 2006

    Approximately 12 miles north of Fort Stockton, Texas there was an abrupt loss of power in the bus. No warning lights were flashing, nonetheless the bus was coming to a gradual halt. The fuel gauge indicated slightly above reserve. The fuel gauge was wrong, we were out of gas. A couple of swift smacks to the dash board and the fuel gauge dropped to it's "empty" position. It was not a dramatic event - the bus simply turned itself off as Paul navigated to the side ...