Best Western Executive Inn

Address: 207 US Highway 77 S, Hallettsville, Texas, 77964-5007, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 207 US Highway 77 S, Hallettsville.
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Travel Blogs from Hallettsville

GBRA Lakewood Campground

A travel blog entry by gnys on Jan 25, 2015

Stayed 3 nights - leaving 1-26-15 for San Antonio. Nice quiet campground. In the high 60's. Guadalupe river runs along campground. $26 per nite. Previously stayed at Navarro mills CG (oak park site 9). Rainy and cold. Saw white Pelicans on lake. Very nice CG there but hookups were were too far from camper. Couldn't use sewer connection as hose wasn't long enough. Bought longer hoses at Walmart in case that happened ...

New Orleans to San Antonio

A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Jan 12, 2015

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... FEMA housing from Katrina! Now we have to clean out the mud from the cab of the motorhome!! They had great Wiffi though!!








It's January 10th & we are in Texas already! We had planned to go further south, back to the coast at Corpus Christie & check out South Padre Island another barrier island! But it's too darn cold & wet so we might as well keep driving as ...

Back again! Kicking Back...

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Nov 16, 2014

... to our Thousand Trails park in Columbus to just kick back and relax - after 2 full weeks at the race track and with the Boot Camp and teaching - we were both beat!

Happy to see that hunting season hasn't decimated the herd of deer on site at the park - they're still wandering happily around!
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We made a Move...and all is well!

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Oct 18, 2014

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We left TT Lake Conroe on Friday, despite not having all the proper lights hooked up on the car for towing - it all went well, our first time "moving house" in the new rig, and the first time flat-towing the Camaro. With the turn signals not yet working on the car, we were happy that it wasn't a long drive - only a couple of hours. The ...

Captain Quint, "we're gonna need a bigger boat!"

A travel blog entry by ourvenus on May 24, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... the flowers have small and lesser blooms, and as our campsite overlooks the mighty Colorado River, it now resembles a small "feeder river" with sand bars of brush along the riverbanks. We need a good rain.

Historically, the city of Columbus, Texas is the origin of the “Cotton Road"--the beginning of rail transport of cotton to Mexico, to be shipped on to England. In the 1850's Columbus had an opera house, a large trade market, the ...