Days Inn Eastland

Address: 2501 I-20 East,Exit 343, Eastland, Texas, 76448, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 2501 I-20 East,Exit 343, Eastland.
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Travel Blogs from Eastland

Enroute

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Oct 14, 2013

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... hour and half, noted the freezer temp had risen from 2 to 8 and the refrigerator compartment from 33 to 40. I decided instead of turning on the propane, I would turn on the generator. So for the next several hours of driving, the generator powered the refrigerator. Bob was not happy, he has this thing about running the generator-guess he keeps thinking the exhaust will fall off again! Anyway, by the time we arrived at the campground, the freezer was down to ...

Breakfast at Whataburger

A travel blog entry by canchris04 on Jul 22, 2013

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It's a Texas tradition! You have to eat at "Waterburger"! Yummy breakfast of pancakes, taquitos, honey chicken biscuits, and chocolate milk. Mmmmmmmmm We stopped for ice and lo and behold....Dublin Dr Peppers! In honor of my sister, Kathy, we bought one for everybody. For those unversed in Dr Pepper language, Dublin Dr Pepper's are made with cane sugar instead of corn syrup and are only available in and around Dublin, ...

Dr. Pepper a true original

A travel blog entry by restlessriders on Jun 11, 2011

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... gas station to turn it around. This guy understood the true meaning of customer service and carried it out in such a caring manner. For example, this was ROT (Republic of Texas Motorcycle Rally) weekend, Daniel had noticed that when the bikers stopped to rest, they were sitting on the ground at the gas station. He went across the street and purchased a picnic table so that they would have a place to rest. What a guy. In true ...

Ranger, TX

A travel blog entry by averynet on Apr 06, 2009

We're closer to home by 305 miles. Driving through Sweetland, we were very impressed with thousands of giant windmills lacing the horizon over the huge Texas flat land, like giant flapping pins and needles. However, the last hour really tested my driving skills with strong winds and sudden gusts. Tomorrow, we will try to get to Dallas and avoid getting thrown off the road too often... Think of us as a 20,000 pounds pickleball paddle rolling down the highway at 55mph with strong side ...

RL RV Park

A travel blog entry by roadrunners07 on Mar 07, 2008

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... a great time until all but the Knight's left for Alamos. Alamos is a designated UN World Heritage Site. We took a tour with one of the locals and were shown more of colonial Mexico and its opulence of bygone years. We celebrated Gary's birthday in a watering hole adjacent to the town square. The annual festival was just winding up which made for excellent people-watching. On the 29th of January we spent one night in El Fuerte with a view of possibly ...