Best Value Inn Beeville

Address: 1601 N Saint Marys St, Beeville, Texas, 78102, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on 1601 N Saint Marys St, Beeville.
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Travel Blogs from Beeville

SPI Tx

A travel blog entry by 3judycarter47 on Mar 07, 2014

Fri 3/7/14. Gary worked am "crankin g" the heavy kitchen wall! It was way too ******* him/bumped head - cut hands. I went & asked a young MEX guy if I could hire him to do it ! He said sure n right over. He & friend did it $40 ! Nice! Then a guy ...

Day 14

A travel blog entry by aline052 on Jan 27, 2014

Well the travel today was interesting in that real windy and cold weather coming. In fact we saw the workers putting up highway weather warning signs for use the next day. They are preparing for the worse I guess. We decided to drive through San Antonio and get a bit further south to escape ...

Stop and Smell the Flowers

A travel blog entry by john.and.becky on Mar 22, 2012

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... tankers hauling oil on the road and the number of new oil field supply businesses going up were quite astonishing. It was as if Texas was determined to supply all the oil we need. Cool, huh?

We ended up at Lake Corpus Christi State Park. The lake was down about 15 feet here, but folks were catching crappie, bass and catfish. You don't need a fishing license in the state parks here. You just have to pay to use ...

A New Year, A New Place indeed...

A travel blog entry by zmarv on Jan 06, 2010

Ok guys, so there is quite a story to update everyone on, that is a guarantee. But right now is neither the place nor time. All that I can say right now is that Dustin and I are at the moment en route BACK to Austin for a regathering of resources, spirits and direction. We are obviously down one nomad and lacking one engine. But we are still breathing. Better yet, we are breathing fresh air. Air we did ...

The Travelers View

A travel blog entry by heligypsy on Nov 29, 2008

The first stings had me jumping clear and quickly scraping the little tormentors away from my bare legs. Smiling, my friend chuckled and pointed down to the slightly larger mound I had landed on, "fire ants, they're all around here". He was laughing hard now as I yelped, jumped again and slapped and swore at this new attack. "I reckon they don't like you trompen' on their homes", my friend added. He walked ...