Aristos International Inn

Address: 319 S 11th Street, McAllen, Texas, 78501, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 319 S 11th Street, McAllen, is near Ixtapa Island (Isla Ixtapa), Delfiniti, Marina Ixtapa Golf Club, and Marina Ixtapa.
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Travel Blogs from McAllen

Starting the day w/ friends & breakfast

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Feb 16, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

We woke up around 7:30am today to meet up with Steve and Shelby for breakfast at Cracker Barrel. The four of us crammed ourselves into Steve's truck (it fits two comfortably, three pretty comfortably, and four pretty miserably…haha) and didn’t manage to have a coherent conversation until we had begun downing our coffees (and Shelby her tea). It was really nice to be off the lot for a little while and to spend quality time with friends. These ...

A New Work Bench

A travel blog entry by aircor on Mar 13, 2013

6 comments, 9 photos

... more than
garages we would tear down if at home. We see fire calls for “homes that caught
on fire”, an abandoned home, on the news at night, and I think what a relief,
another garage is burned to the ground. I know this sounds rough, but sometime
the worst places we see at Kettle Point are better than what people are living
in here. Man we are supposed to feel sorry for our native population and the
way they live. What a ******* joke! Most of the housing I ...

Chanting, a fiery sunset and a burro

A travel blog entry by ruthperelstein on Jan 14, 2012

11 photos

... 8217;s a sunken tub in the concrete floor with a tiny bathroom behind a curtain. Mindy’s teacher had done a three-day retreat in that room and didn’t come out or see anyone. The alter had a variety of deities and a picture of Mindy’s father, the recently deceased potato salad king. But that’s another story.

So at 8:30 Anna, Andrea, April and Christina and I met at the ...

Our first port

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 30, 2010

1 comment, 22 photos

... the taxi was so small that we could not move even if the taxi was involved in an accident. So out of town we rode this bumpy and swaying tiny vehicle, back to the port where the Sapphire Princess was docked.

The entrance at the port was not without interest. You were supposed to carry a photo Id along with your ship passenger card which had no photo. Harriet forgot her photo Id, but I volunteered that I knew her. So the dock guard allowed her to enter the dock area ...

Another Successful Day!

A travel blog entry by lilbitty on Mar 27, 2010

... for it. We went to chili's for lunch and then headed to the stores. We didn't have a whole lot of time because we had to get back for Charlie's birthday party. I had a good time, bought some new sunglasses at Fossil, and got to look around the Puma store. I didn't buy anything in the Puma store.. Monica reminded me that I was there for heels not tennis shoes (boo). We walked around and around ...