Camino Real Hotel

Address: 2856 E Main Street, Eagle Pass, Texas, 78852, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 2856 E Main Street, Eagle Pass.
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    Travel Blogs from Eagle Pass

    A Day in Hill Country

    A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 20, 2013

    8 comments, 24 photos

    ... the banks of the Guadalupe. All very pretty -- but I felt I was missing the real beauty of the Hill Country. Then the development stopped. The road becamed narrower and climbed higher. The cold intensified and the fog became impenetrable. This was more interesting, but hardly scenic as I wound my through the hills to the Park of the Lost Maples, Joe's favorite spot. Paid the fee and was driving down into the park when the maple trees ...

    Grand Canyon capers

    A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal on Jul 14, 2010

    4 photos

    ... we ventured forth. We in fact had ventured forth 50 meters for coffee when Gael heard a hissing noise (I’m deaf) and the green dye added to trace a leak appeared to be filling the passenger footwell. After removing, getting the offending pipe welded, and the system refilled we were more than a little annoyed to find a compressor fault. This development is not welcome news!

    But I digress. The North Rim of the Canyon, (being opposite the South Rim of the Canyon) ...

    ABOUT MEXICO and CONGRATULATIONS TO MY SON AND LIS

    A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Apr 05, 2007

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... I DID NOT GO AND SEE IT. THE TWO BIGGEST VOLCANOES IN THE WORLD ARE JUST OUTSIDE OF MEXICO CITY - THE BOTH HAVE TONGUE TWISTER NAMES THAT I CANNOT REMEMBER OR PRONOUNCE. YOU COULD VERY EASILY SEE THE VOLCANOES FROM MEXICO CITY IF THE AIR WAS CLEAR - WHICH IT IS NOT. SO MOST OF THE TIME YOU CANNOT SEE THE VOLCANOES FROM MEXICO CITY BECAUSE OF THE POLLUTION. THERE ARE ENGLISH SPEAKING ...

    Our Lady of Refuge

    A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood on Dec 19, 2006

    2 photos

    ... said he has no choice but to help. Do the math, he said.

    "I could go to jail for six years for giving a cup of water to a thirsty illegal immigrant, or I could rot in hell for eternity," he said.

    But he has noticed a difference in the number of people showing up looking for help since the border patrol changed its policy.

    "What is happening is the flow has really cut down tremendously. They really tightened the tap here," he said.

    'Fence ...

    Cristo Rey

    A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood on Dec 16, 2006

    5 photos

    ... is a joy.


    Ysidro and Marta, the lay couple who lead this group, were very busy during our Sunday visit, so we were grateful we had dinner and conversation with them at Hector and Myrta's earlier that day. Such dedication and commitment!


    We stopped for some grocery shopping at the huge "Bodega" store in Piedras Negras before crossing ...