Plaza Inn & Suites

1901 West Tyler Avenue, Harlingen, Texas, 78550, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1901 West Tyler Avenue, Harlingen, is near Iwo Jima Memorial & Museum and Rio Grande Valley Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Plaza Inn & Suites Harlingen

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Travel Blogs from Harlingen

The Road Goes on Forever, and the Party Never Ends

A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jun 02, 2014

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... structures also dotted the landscape all across the state. I suppose if you live in a mobile home it's easier and less expensive to rebuild after being flattened by a tornado. Omaha is home of the Henry Doorly Zoo and four pygmy hippos, Betty, Scooby, Chomel, and Ralph. They all seemed very glad to see me, although Betty is quite old by pygmy hippo standards and was a bit more reserved. And since it’s taken me two months to get around to writing this blog update, Ralph has ...

PARADISE LOST

A travel blog entry by aircor on Apr 05, 2014

6 comments, 6 photos

... these little puppies, or actually how far it can go.
This one in particular afforded us a few chicken sandwiches, a club house for
dinner, and a all you can eat Taco night at our place with a few of our
friends, and featuring the chicken and a tube of chorizo, which we had also
picked up at the opening of the new Sam’s Club in Harlingen. Then of course the
chicken soup which fed Angie and I, and Pete and Chris and our good friend Roxy.

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THE RIO GRANDE' VALLEY, A PLACE TO EAT

A travel blog entry by aircor on Mar 24, 2014

6 comments, 10 photos

... and a whole bunch of square heads from
Kitchener. Lothar and Mary Alice would love it, Ziggy Zaggy. Anyway on this day we went out for the river
cruise on the Riverside Dreamer. A one-hour excursion out on the Rio Grande,
east towards Reynosa, passing by some absolutely beautiful clubs parks and
private homes on the Mexican side, then back across the Restaurant and then
west out past The Chimney Rock RV Park. This is a beautiful little boat ride,
marred by ...

Starting to sort of get the hang of this!

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Feb 19, 2014

1 comment

... general seems to be a bit more relaxed. A group of folks even took the opportunity to cross the border and visit Mexico for a couple of hours this morning…since John and I don’t have passports, we couldn’t go so that’ll be on the to-do list for next season. We’re only a couple of miles from the border which still blows my mind, having been a Yankee my entire life.

We had some really nice folks come out to the shows today ...

Things I have learned in Texas

A travel blog entry by luluandal on May 18, 2012

15 photos

... Another thing that I learned was the number of RV parks in this area along with the number of “winter Texans” that spend time here. Of course, they all need to be entertained, and I quickly learned that there were many, many “entertainers” in this area, and that they have all gorged up all of the venues for the entire season, leaving us very little to pick from. Lulu only performed a couple of gigs, and they were right here, in this little, 60-site, ...