Best Western Red Carpet Inn

830 West First Street, Hereford, Texas, 79045, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 830 West First Street, Hereford.
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Travel Blogs from Hereford

Volcano Flowers

A travel blog entry by woollyman on Aug 11, 2013

22 photos

... volcano daisies for Taylor, Reese, Sydney and Abigail and continued north towards Denver. While crossing over Raton Pass into CO, I began noticing the orange and black of charred earth from this summer's forest fires. The undergrowth had already taken hold. I passed through Pueblo, CO springs, Castlerock and rounded the edge of Daniel's Park on I-25 to Aunt Mary and Uncle Dick's. This cul-de-sac looks a little different without snow.


Some like it hot!

A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Jun 27, 2013

3 comments, 15 photos

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Palo Duro Canyon is 120 miles long and 800 feet deep and is the second-largest canyon in the US. In the state park where we stayed, we attended a BBQ dinner and an ourstanding performance of a musical drama named, "TEXAS" at the Pioneer Amphitheater. The performance utilized the natural bluff background rising 600 feet above the stage with lighting and awesome sound effects which enhanced the talented actors, ...

On the Road Again

A travel blog entry by jimbojackson on Jan 01, 2012

8 photos

... etc. The central fixture and most imposing piece of architecture in these towns is the big stone courthouse, with American and Texas flags waiving out front. Made me think of Atticus Finch and what the life of a small town lawyer would be like. Again, quite a contrast to my day-to-day once I start in Hong Kong next year. Would I trade lives with Atticus? No, but it’s nice to imagine and romanticize.

North of Abilene the rolling ...

A canyon with wildlife & great trails

A travel blog entry by wmaxtman on Nov 12, 2011

1 comment, 20 photos

... walk in the morning and saw them so will believe him as I can't tell the difference between geese, ducks or anything else that looks similar. These definitely had longer legs and a large wingspan.
I also got a picture of these weird things on the ground that look like bumpy tennis balls that have fallen out of a tree. Audrey in Kansas had told us what they are and I don't remember the name but when I asked her what they are used for she ...

Late Night Losers

A travel blog entry by nojoroadshow on Jun 11, 2011

1 comment

We have seen some amazing things today NOT! We spent the day and into the wee hours of the morning in the car! Before I tell you about how brilliant the males in our entourage are, I seriously want to say that we did stop to visit an exhibit called "Our SaviorJesus Christ". It cannot be described in words. But now let me tell you about the rest of our day. We were told that there would be PLENTY of rooms in Amarillo so we drove until about 11PM to get ...