Value Lodge Brownwood

410 East Commerce Street, Brownwood, Texas, 76801, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 410 East Commerce Street, Brownwood, is near Doulas MacArthur Academy of Freedom.
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Travel Blogs from Brownwood

Headed to the Airport!

A travel blog entry by deidreshelby-eu on Jul 16, 2012

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... I am sure we will have plenty of stories to tell from our upcoming two weeks.....some of us wanting to kill each other....but most about what hilarious antics we got ourselves into. And no doubt we will get into some, it's us, bad luck seems to follow us. We will try and update as much as we can, catch ya in a couple weeks! Ciao! PS we want ...

What to do when you're in a car all day

A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb on Jun 13, 2012

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So, what exactly do we do while driving hour after hour? Well, blog posts, of course. And looking out the window. Oh, yes, and talking to each other. Forgot that.

But, mostly, we play the License Plate game. It is an app that allows you to keep track of all the license plates that you'll see. You can imagine the great excitement when we find a new plate—today, we were excited to see Kansas and Maine for the first time. This places us at 38 found, 13 ...

Will they really remember it?

A travel blog entry by mother.ship on May 23, 2012

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... trip on a nickel instead of a dollar is part of the adventure so camping for the majority of the nights is our (my) goal and I think it will be more tolerable as we move north and west. We opted to skip Dallas (due to my city issues) and cut across from Belton to Abilene on the 36 west. It is a wonderful country road (everyone still drives 80) and we chased the sunset while enjoying cows, sheep, goats and Hallelujah, ...

Day number sixteen

A travel blog entry by travel2gether on Apr 23, 2012

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... reunions together throughout the US.

We had a GRAND TIME sharing past memories and photos, looking for red rocks for us to take back to Ohio and gathering unusual cacti that grow wild on Gary's 100+ acre farm.

Gary also had a restored 1930 Model A that we rode. What fun! Love the Texas ...

Dr Pepper in Dublin, Texas

A travel blog entry by alvrez on Jan 10, 2012

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We decided to give downtown Dallas (and the Dealey Plaza where JFK was shot) a miss as the weather is grey and drizzley and we just can't be bothered with the thought of diabolical traffic when the JFK thing is something that our kids wouldn’t enjoy (Kate anyway, I think Josh would). So driving through some little Texan towns today, much nicer than the spaghetti junctions and chaos of Dallas/Fort Worth. Some of ...