Easter Egg Motel

Address: Hwy 170, Terlingua, Texas, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hwy 170, Terlingua, is near Terlingua, Chihuahuan Desert, and Mariscal Canyon.
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Travel Blogs from Terlingua

The Big Bend

A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Feb 11, 2015

1 comment, 86 photos

... it was in the 60s- early 80s including the Titan II (decommissioned) intercontinental nuclear ballistic missile, itself. The Titan IIs were the predecessors to the Minuteman IIIs. I wanted to visit the museum because I had read about it in Barbara Kingsolver's non-fiction book of essays: High Tide in Tucson, in her essay "In the Belly of the Beast." It was a thought provoking essay and eye opening for me when I read it. There is so much history I am ...

The Ghosttown

A travel blog entry by ktchris on Jan 18, 2015

33 photos

... people that are super easy to talk with. They served awesome Margaritas made with Agave wine and let me tell you I could have drank them until I passed out they were so damn good. Chris drank beer from a local Big bend brewery that he really enjoyed and we had a good supper while watching the patriots kick the colts butts. By the end of the game we were both exhausted and full so we made our way back to the RV park and got a good night’s ...

The Ups and Downs of Big Bend

A travel blog entry by ktchris on Jan 15, 2015

143 photos

... one was dead for such a terrible accident. I’m glad I was there to help but emergency care really isn’t up my alley. It was strange just driving off afterwards without knowing the conclusion. We waited for the road to be cleared and went on our way towards Big Bend. I wonder where those kids were planning on hiking and camping, maybe we would have met them on a trail somewhere in very different circumstances. Hopefully they will get the chance to come back here. ...

Everything's Big in Texas

A travel blog entry by aprilshirish on Nov 30, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... they had to slide down with their eyes closed, but that didn't seem to be much of a deterrent. We then scrambled up the canyon for a bit, and learned (again) that it's a lot easier to ascend than to descend, particularly when blinded by sand and thrown off balance by gusty winds. That night's dessert was well-earned.
We finished up our time in Big Bend with two more hikes: the Lost Mine Trail, and Balanced Rock in the Grapevine Hills. While the ...

Bears and Bucks in Big Bend

A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Oct 04, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... took me about 2 hours to get over. It was enough to make a man turn around and run back to the woods. Slept in a interstate rest area last night. It was hard to get sleep at first because my sensory was so high to all the things going on around me, but I found sleep in the long run. The sprinklers turned on at one point and scared me awake. Luckily I didn't get hit, but I had to bail out of the grass and onto the concrete. Song of the day- Land of confusion- ...

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