BEST WESTERN PLUS Waco North

1502 North I-35 Exit 338b, Waco, Texas, 76705, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1502 North I-35 Exit 338b, Waco, is near Cameron Park Zoo, Dr Pepper Museum, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum, and Sironia.
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Travel Blogs from Waco

We're on our way!

A travel blog entry by ravfam on Aug 01, 2014

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... The girls all fell asleep and Tad and I enjoyed the quiet drive. We checked into the Waco Hilton, right across the street from Baylor, dropped our stuff in the room and hit the restaurant. In the lobby area, a big group of parents and boys in baseball caps were watching a replay of a Little league playoff game. The food was great and we were back in the room and in bed by 11:30, 9:30 our time. Good night's sleep and Austin ...

More rock... But underground

A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl on Jun 27, 2014

... hadn't been to the Rotorua caves in New Zealand but for me they were just not as impressive. We all got rather annoyed when we got left locked out of the van in the mid day Texan heat whilst out guide and one member of the group took forever in the caves. The sunburn soon set in. Next stop was a shop to get good for the next few days.... The shop sold beer and junk food! After a discussion we decided to track down another shop after some lunch. Since it was so hot ...

Over Hill and Under Hill

A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Jun 08, 2014

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For some reason, I always forget how green Texas (especially central Texas) truly is. Maybe it's because I lived in North Carolina for 5 years, where the constant, unexpected-but-not-that-unexpected rain compels one to always be aware of the verdant Carolinian landscape. It doesn't rain quite so much in Texas, and despite the fact that I've lived here for 18 years, I'm always somewhat surprised by the miles and miles of greenery surrounding the less well-traveled parts of I-35.
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First impressions of national parks: Speechless

A travel blog entry by isy14 on Jun 08, 2014

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... bats flew out over the audience and ended up flying around 1 meter above spectator's heads. We watched as the herd flew into the distance, a mass of black dots, going forth to hunt for food. It was so amazing that I have made a poem about it: The time is right To fly into the night Wake up you sleepy heads The insects may take flight We need to go To perform our show The audience have come To see our majestic mass in flow Circle, circle Towards the night sky ...

Beautiful weather for one day

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Mar 13, 2014

... horses and Armando has some beautiful ones that travel with us. I think it’d be fun to learn trick riding, but I think I’ll just stick with regular riding. I used to take English-style riding lessons in college (learned Western-style when I was younger) and someday I hope to own a couple of horses.

Emilie and I finally started stretching together. I told her it would have to wait until after the Valley but ...