Best Western Hondo Inn

301 US Highway 90 E, Hondo, Texas, 78861-6087, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 301 US Highway 90 E, Hondo.
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Travel Blogs from Hondo

Burn day 2

A travel blog entry by jak5 on Jun 08, 2014

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Burning up the thorn bush pile and the tank pile. Check back later for more pictures Got a good 3/4 inch rain about 1:00 pm. Carson and I had to give up on work and do some 4 wheeling in the rain and mud. Got some Gopro video to edit and add to this post ...


A travel blog entry by ourvenus on Jun 01, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... Florida. Back to the Riverwalk...we ate at a small table next to the water, and I had my duck and bird friends begging for morsels. We waited till we were done eating to feed them, this way they can poop on someone elses table. The place we ate at four years ago was gone or had changed names, so we ate at new place. Our little ice-cream gilatto place was my dessert stop, yum!

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Casita Bluebonnet Rally

A travel blog entry by philandlinda on Apr 23, 2014

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Phil cooked our steak on the grill at the 11th Street Grill restaurant the first evening. We visited with Dave/Linda (our co-campers) and Tim/Julie(next to us).
We had potluck supper the next evening in the rally hall.
Friday was the day to tour other campers, with lots of visiting. We went into town to look around and ate at OST. Phil helped put shocks on Dave's camper that evening.


Ranch dudes

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Feb 27, 2014

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... after a 90 minute battle on 6 March 1836. Today, the Alamo symbolises the heroic struggle of 200 men against impossible odds — a place where men made the ultimate sacrifice for the freedom of Texas.
It was an interesting site, had great information on the history of the place and it's hard to imagine the sounds of war and death in such a quiet, beautiful place today.
Well, that was all we wanted to do, so we headed for home (Houston for the time being)!

To all those who have been hurt...

A travel blog entry by crossroadtrip on Aug 12, 2011

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Tonight I was faced with the sobering reality that I am still in great need of healing. My father-in-law and Shannon and I were having a great conversation about God and such, when some how I made a statement that led to more confession. Some years ago I was a witness to something that led to the state of Arkansas calling me to bear testimony against some young men that I love in order to protect some young women that I love. The ...